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New Red Sauce Sundays at Pepperoncini

Beginning Sunday, February 19th, Pepperoncini (184 Bridge Street, Phoenixville; 484-924-8429) and (72 Poplar Street, Conshohocken; 610-941-7783) will introduce a new Red Sauce Sundays Menu. Now you can choose from a selection of classic Italian entrees that will warm your soul and fill your belly. Includes entree, salad and dessert for $15 per person, plus tax and gratuity. House Chianti and Pinot Grigio are just $5 per glass! Available at both Phoenixville & Conshohocken locations. A la carte menu is also offered. Call to reserve your table now in Phoenixville 484-924-8429 or Conshohocken 610-941-7783.

Also beginning Sunday, February 19th at 6pm in Phoenixville, enjoy the soulful sounds of Lele Rose on piano. Lele plays a wide variety of music, from classical to hip hop!
Red Sauce Sundays Menu
Three courses for $15, plus tax and gratuity
Includes salad and dessert!

Choice of...

Garlic Herb Roasted Chicken with Mushroom Risotto

Spaghetti and Meatballs

Manicotti Florentine

Eggplant Parmigiana with Spaghetti

Braciole Over Linguini

Gnocchi and Italian Sausage Marinara

Penne alla Vodka

Chicken and Broccoli Alfredo with Roasted Potatoes

Sauteed Chicken Cutlets with Spinach

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