Cozy Up with Oliveto’s Seasonal Specials

By on December 2, 2010

Oliveto is offering some warm, hearty options during this cold holiday season. Just in time for the holidays, this Italian Bistro is mixing up its “Chalkboard Specials” to satisfy any palate. These specials are available through February. Some of the items include shrimp and chicken pasta, two filet entrées and a featured drink and dessert.

The Shrimp Diablo starts with sautéed shrimp tossed with angel hair pasta, oven-roasted grape tomatoes, red pepper flakes, marinara sauce and basil for $10.50.

The Chicken Marsala is $13.50 and is pan-seared Milanese chicken breast sautéed with mushrooms, onions and diced tomatoes. The dish is served with angel hair pasta in a creamy Marsala wine sauce.

Filet Oliveto is offered in two options: Filet Marsala and Filet Mediterranean. The Marsala begins with a filet topped with creamy Marsala wine sauce and sautéed mushrooms. The Filet Mediterranean includes a filet topped with roasted red peppers, sautéed mushrooms and feta cheese. Each dish is served with fresh seasonal vegetables and jalapeño risotto for $23. Both are served with a house, wedge or Caesar salad and both pair well with one of Oliveto’s 20 bottles of wine under $25.

Now for my favorite…Holiday treats including a slice of Crème Brulée Cheesecake and the fresh Appletini cocktail. The Crème Brulée is a rich, delicious cheesecake filling on a crust of crushed vanilla cookies with a caramelized sugar finish for $5.50. Oliveto’s new Appletini is a unique blend of Sour Apple Pucker, Crown Royal and a splash of cranberry juice for $5.50.

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Two winners will be announced Friday, December 3rd at Noon. The winner will be decided using the random number generator at Random.org. Good Luck!

Oliveto
8922 S Memorial Dr # F
Tulsa, OK 74133
(918) 994-7000
olivetobistro.com

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