Palm Beach

August 29, 2013

Happy Hour and Dinner at Vic & Angelo’s Delray Beach

There are 20 regions in Italy, each with its own unique cuisine; Vic and Angelo’s vast menu is influenced by the many regions throughout Italy, so whatever your favorite style of Italian food, Vic & Angelo’s is probably serving it up, V&A-style of course.

PEI MUSSELS AL FORNO

To taste your way through Italy, Vic & Angelo’s serves a Happy Hour menu seven days a week from 3-7pm at the indoor and outdoor bar; offering half priced appetizers and drinks.

EGGPLANT PARMIGIANA with San Marzano Sauce, Mozzarella, and Whipped Ricotta

The bar pretty much on any given day during Happy Hour is buzzing, while prime seats might be hard to come by the portions of the Antipasti and Starter menu certainly are not and are more than ample for sharing.

BURRATA with Proscuitto, Arugula, Roasted Red Pepper and a Balsamic Reduction

You name it and the cocktails are half price during the witching hours of 3-7pm; not surprising the classic Venetian cocktail of Aperol and Prosecco, (Aperol Spritz) is on the menu.

Aperol & Prosecco; Aperol Spritz

While not on the Happy Hour menu, a must do is the Vic & Angelo’s Original Pizza. That sauce; oh that sauce is spot on. Loaded with zesty, zippy flavor. Everyone has their preferences on what makes a great pizza; and then there are those pizza people who take pizza-pie to a whole new level, always trying to find the next great one; I recommend taking a bite out of V&A’s Original.

Vic & Angelo’s Original

And after all that savory, a mighty big piece of sweet banana cream pie just might do ya.

Banana Cream Pie

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