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Verace in Islip offers round-the-clock deals

Customers at Verace in Islip can eat on

Customers at Verace in Islip can eat on the outside patio or inside the multilevel dining room. (June 18, 2011) (Credit: Steve Pfost)

Verace in Islip is doing its part to encourage Long Islanders to stay up later: The Italian restaurant deeply discounts its entire dinner menu for the last hour of service every day — that’s 10 to 11 p.m. weekdays, 11 p.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday, 9 to 10 p.m. on Sunday. Keep your eyes — and mouth — open and you’ll enjoy pizzas, usually $11 to $13, for $6 to $10. Pastas, usually $15, are more like $11. Chicken Parmigiana with smoked mozzarella is $11, down from $16. Salumi, salads, side dishes — they’re all 25 to 30 percent off.

The same discounted menu is also available at the bar during weekday happy hours, 4 to 7 p.m.

Prefer to eat earlier in the day? Verace has a lunch deal from Monday through Sunday: Two courses for $17. First course is your choice of antipasto or half pasta; second course is a panino, pizza, full pasta or selected entree. Through July 19, if one diner orders the $17 fixed-price lunch, the other diner gets it for free.

Verace is at 599 Main St., Islip, 631-277-3800, veracerestaurant.com.
 

Tags: Italian , Islip

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