Starting June 1 and until the end of July2013 Sardinia Enoteca Ristorante’s co-owners Antonio Gallo and executive chef Pietro Vardeu are offering  special three courses prix-fixe menus of simple, yet full flavored Sardinian cuisine for lunch and dinner and every Tuesday evening a Wine & Dine special  with 40% off of select bottles of wine from its extensive, primarily Italian wine list.

The lunch menu $23 per person and served seven days a week from noon until 4 p.m.) lists a choice traditional Italian soups and appetizers such as cozze – mussels with Vermentino wine, thyme, cherry tomatoes and fregola; salads and mains including housemade gnocchi with mushrooms and burrata; spaghetti carbonarapanino tonato or grilled chicken breast, followed by a seasonal dessert.

For dinner ( $39 per person, Sunday-Thursday from 4 p.m. until midnight ) there’s a cornucopia of the chef’s signature dishes starting with a choice of porto cervo – radicchio, fennel, endive, orange and rughetta; moscardini – baby octopus with celery, black olives and tomatoes; or polpo – octopus carpaccio with arugala, cherry tomatoes and olives. For Secondi chose between housemade rigatoni with hot and sweet sausages and fresh peas; spaghetti vongole with baby clams, skinless tomatoes, fresh thyme and Vermentino; pollastrello – poulet rouge fermier stuffed with lemon and rosemary; or diver scallops wrapped with guanciale and pan seared in a saffron broth, all followed by desserts.  

Sardinia Enoteca Ristorante, 1801 Purdy Avenue, serves lunch and dinner seven days a week.  (305) 531-2228,

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