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Summer Deals: Family-Style Italian Dining at Uncle Louie in Scottsdale

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So far we've shown you a lot of great places for date nights and two-person dinners for cheap eats in Phoenix, but Uncle Louie The Restaurant is offering something up this summer that's fit for a family of four. The North Scottsdale joint specializes in homey Italian dishes and generous portions-- so you can definitely expect to get your fill with this pasta special.

See also: Summer Deals: An Amaro-Spiked Happy Hour at Taggia

Uncle Louie is serving up "Sunday Family Night" deals this summer, which will help you feed the whole clan for $39.95. The deal includes your choice of entree and a salad, both big enough for four people.

For pasta choices, you can opt for classic spaghetti and meatballs, tangy penne alla vodka, or hearty rigatoni Bolognese. Salad options include the house salad, a Caesar, or a Greek.

The Sunday night family night idea sprung from Uncle Louie's old neighborhood in Brooklyn where potluck-style cooking was the way to eat. However, you can decide if you actually want to bring the family, or just three friends, when you go for your taste of Italy via New York.

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