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Andiamo is open with Buy One, Get One for date night during coronavirus pandemic

Posted at 5:58 PM, Mar 27, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-28 14:40:37-04

(WXYZ) — Date night for half the price! One local Italian favorite is serving up great deals to help feed your love life even during the state’s Stay Home order. Andiamo says "We're Open"!

It’s been 31 years since Andiamo materialized from a dream into a tasty reality for Joe Vicari, President and CEO of the Joe Vicari Restaurant Group.

“I started with one restaurant and today I own 22 different restaurants in Metro Detroit and one in Las Vegas,” says Vicari.

In the midst of this pandemic, Vicari is determined to continue serving his loyal customers by offering curbside pick up and amazing deals!

“At Andiamo, what we are doing for everybody that’s out of work and all of our loyal customers, we are doing a buy one get one free,” says Vicari.

That’s right, a BOGO, buy one entree get one entree free!! At all Andiamo Restaurant locations. Since Vicari launched that deal, he’s been able to increase staffing at many of his locations.

“We did the BOGO to help the community, but it also helps us bring more people back to work, that’s our goal,” says Vicari.

At Joe Muer Bloomfield Hills, a different deal: 25% off your entire bill no matter what you order.

There have been a lot of changes in recent weeks, but some things remain the same, their commitment to bringing you meals that feed your belly and warm your soul.

“Our food is so authentic and made from scratch everyday. That’s the difference between Andiamo and other restaurants, is that we really do put our heart and soul into everything that we do,” says Vicari.

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