Cucina Paradiso celebrates 17 years with 17 percent off

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By Sarah Corbin

Shopping & Business Blogger

It wasn't too long ago that I wrote on my personal blog about Cucina Paradiso. Cucina catered a fundraiser for St. Edmund Parish a year or so ago that I attended in large part because Cucina was catering it.

This week, Cucina Paradiso celebrates 17 years in business. 17 years is a long time. Cucina, throughout those 17 years has remained consistent in their welcoming atmosphere, fantastic food and community involvement.

Maybe it is a little out of place for your resident shopping blogger to clue you in to a great deal and celebration, but it isn't often that a business can stick around for 17 years (even through a fire) and still win the hearts of new and old customers alike. Cucina's owners are committed to our community and it's been obvious for these past 17 years.

Get out of your fall doldrums this week and get a bite to eat Tuesday through Thursday. Cucina has great food, a fantastic staff and is offering you a deal you just shouldn't pass up: 17% off your entire food bill.

As for me, well you can be sure to find my family and I there this week. And Cucina Paradiso, I wish you Buon Compleannos. Thanks for a great 17 years and the high standard of community involvement, great food, and great atmosphere.

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