Quattro Restaurant on Lincoln Road is presenting to men, a new $25 price-fixed lunch menu that is sure to have them adding the location to their break-time routine map. The restaurant, located on the World famous Lincoln Road, is an Italian restaurant that wants customers to experience culinary, gastronomic delights and learn how to eat. The foods are delicious but what is most important is for men to take time out to savor the food. Especially at lunch time–on one’s break, one doesn’t want to eat too heavy but satisfy the hunger generated from hard work early throughout the morning. If not at work, a satisfying meal at mid-day allows one to talk with friends actively without worrying about oversized portions of food, doggie bags, the smell in the car afterwards, etc. At Quattro, staff can help select a food dish that will please the taste buds and keep the body light and energetic for the mid afternoon and early evening.
The whole point of eating and the aim of many restaurants is to increase interaction in a beautiful setting among friends, family, interested dates and have the food be only part of the experience. From the blog Caloriecount.com, posted in 2010, 10 tips for eating on date (if that is the reason for being at Quattro) cover dishes that open one’s mouth too wide, are pungent in odor, stick in one’s teeth, make one forget their manners, etc. A lunch menu such as this one is a perfect location and setting to take a date because the menu will put you at ease from committing any faux pas that will eliminate a future date. And according to match.com, planning an activity after a day date is a great benefit to decreasing any trepidation about eating with a stranger and increasing communication. What better place than on Lincoln Road, where there are art galleries, the beach, street artists, music and plenty of street traffic and benches to sit and talk. For a man with a developed sense of style, the Quattro lunch menu should be added to the inner list of places to go around Miami-Dade (located inside your head, always available for quick reference).
According to an article posted on WebMd.com in 2007 by Jenny Stamos Kovacs, Europeans focus on lighter portions of food throughout the day and taking more time to eat their meals. This way the food digests better and is properly savored. It is part of the name of Quattro, “Gastronomia Italiana”. The price-fixed menu includes the following delicious selections, limited to an appetizer and main course–Buffalo Mozzarella with multi-color tomatoes, basil, oregano, Prosciutto and cantaloupe, Borlotti beans (nutty flavored, creamy cranberry beans) soup with green pasta, thin breaded Chicken breast with arugula and cherry tomato salad, penne pasta with eggplant, tomato sauce and mozzarella, grilled golden fish (orata) with sauteed broccolini and salsa verde. For those who wouldn’t be returning to work, the restaurant offers pairings of Prosecco Jeio, Pinot Grigio Gran Ducato and Chianti Le Torri at $7 per glass.