Pizza is great because it also serves as a pie chart of how much pizza you haven't eaten yet. Do the math with this Groupon.
$16.50 for $30 Worth of Thin-Crust Pizza
Specialty pizzas come in small ($16), medium ($20), and large ($26) sizes. Chicken, artichokes, and mushrooms cover the Don Corleone, whereas the Badda Bing! features ricotta cheese, bacon, and baby clams. The menu also includes vegetarian options, such as the Trinacria, dressed in spinach, jalapeños, and tomatoes. You can also snack on a slice ($3.50 for cheese, $4.50 for a specialty slice) or a calzone ($8) as an alternative to ordering an entire pie.
212 New York Pizza
Gathering the Goodfellas, the Sopranos, and Don Corleone in a single kitchen sounds like the makings of a dangerous dinner party. At 212 New York Pizza, however, these famous gangsters merely lend their names to the restaurant’s specialty thin-crust pies. Each pizza's dough is hand-tossed and shaped to emulate Manhattan-style discs, then layered with a host of toppings. The Goodfellas, for example, skips the pizza sauce in favor of chicken, tomatoes, roasted red peppers, and pesto, whereas the vegetarian Trinacria has cheese dappled with spinach, jalapeños, and fresh garlic. You have the option of enjoying an entire pie or ordering by the slice. Also on the menu: calzones and a host of appetizers, including the popular garlic knots, which are made by enrolling breadsticks in an evening yoga class.
The crust is also on point, which is usually a pretty significant fail by some pizza places. Garlic knots are also awesome!Alexander Y., Yelp, 12/31/12
I found this place and didn't look back. Big crust fan so if your in the pizza business for crust you'll feel right at home at this spot.Daniel A., Yelp, 12/11/12
19998 Homestead Rd.
Cupertino, California 95014