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$10 for $20 Worth of Italian Fare and Drinks at Aponte's Pizzeria in Mason

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In a Nutshell

New Jersey native draws on childhood passion to craft pizzas with house-made sauce, whole-milk cheese & toppings including capicola

The Fine Print

Expires Nov 7th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Must purchase 1 food item. Valid for dine-in or carryout only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Communal dining is easy when the food is already divided, like a presliced pizza or a turkey that has already been through a protracted custody battle. Split and share with this Groupon.

$10 for $20 Worth of Pizza and Drinks

The menu includes meatball parmigiano subs ($9), tomato and basil fettuccine ($8.95), and pizzas with bacon, spinach, chicken, and tomatoes ($10.85 for a 10” pizza).

Aponte's Pizzeria

At age 11, while other Jersey kids were playing ball up the block, Tony Aponte was treating his four siblings to pizzas in the family kitchen. More than three decades have passed since those days. Tony has found new digs. He's moved to Ohio to be closer to his three daughters. But he is still crafting pizzas, drawing on those childhood experiences and a greatly expanded palette of toppings and ingredients.

In the pies he makes now, house-made sauce, hand-tossed white or wheat dough, and fistfuls of whole-milk cheese support capicola, genoa salami, grilled peppers, and artichoke hearts. While pulling apart slices, guests at Aponte’s Pizzeria glance up at five flat-screen TVs to check sports scores or see if the anchorman is still wearing their friendship bracelet. Sports photos and team insignias pepper the marinara-red walls, and the tables clatter with plates of subs and baked pastas.

Aponte's Pizzeria

At age 11, while other Jersey kids were playing ball up the block, Tony Aponte was treating his four siblings to pizzas in the family kitchen. More than three decades have passed since those days. Tony has found new digs. He's moved to Ohio to be closer to his three daughters. But he is still crafting pizzas, drawing on those childhood experiences and a greatly expanded palette of toppings and ingredients available at Aponte's Pizzeria, which was featured on The Food Network's Restaurant Impossible.

In the pies he makes now, house-made sauce, hand-tossed white or wheat dough, and fistfuls of whole-milk cheese support capicola, genoa salami, grilled peppers, and artichoke hearts. While pulling apart slices, guests at Aponte’s Pizzeria can drink from a full bar or glance up at five flat-screen TVs to check sports scores or see if the anchorman is still wearing their friendship bracelet. Sports photos and team insignias pepper the marinara-red walls, and the tables clatter with plates of subs and baked pastas.


Reviews

a big, crisp, microfine crust under a thin layer of sauce with extra tang, topped with a delicate layer of a potent whole-milk cheese.

J. Kevin Wolfe, Cincinnati, 1/09

This is real, honest to God, grab-a-slice-and-fold-it-down-the-center New Jersey-style pizza.

Omnivore, Urbanspoon, 2/10/10

Tips

94% of 728 customers recommend

  • “Lovely restaurant, delicious food. ”

  • “The food was great..”

  • “Pepperoni Sticks were delicious as was the marinara. My salad was cold, the croutons were homemade and garlicky and crunchy. The chicken parm sandwich was very good...”

    “Pepperoni Sticks were delicious as was the marinara. My salad was cold, the croutons were homemade and garlicky and crunchy. The chicken parm sandwich was very good as well. Give this place a try. Very good value as well. ”

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    Mason

    312 Reading Rd.

    Mason, Ohio 45040

    513-336-7400

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