Pasta Meal or Pasta and Pizza Meal with Salad and Cannoli at D'Amore's Pizza (Up to 48% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Salad such as antipasto and chopped spinach join orders of pasta and cannoli; pizza choices include meat lovers and buffalo gorgonzola

The Fine Print

Expires 120 days after purchase. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in or carryout only. Not valid for delivery. Valid only at listed location. Additional fee for gluten free or vegan cheese. Additional fee for meatballs, sausage, or eggplant on pasta dishes. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Two Options

$18 for a pasta meal (up to a $34.80 total value)

  • One regular salad (up to a $10.95 value)
  • Two orders of baked ziti or spaghetti (a $9.95 value each)
  • One order of cannoli (a $3.95 value)

$35 for a pasta and pizza meal (up to a $66.65 total value)

  • Two regular salads (up to a $10.95 value each)
  • One 10-inch speciality pizza (a $16.95 value)
  • Two orders of baked ziti or spaghetti (a $9.95 value each)
  • Two orders of cannoli (a $3.95 value each)
  • See the menu.

D'Amore's Pizza

“It's the best pizza I’ve found in Los Angeles,” says comedian and recognized Italian Ray Romano about D’Amore’s Pizza. He’s not the only star to fall for the authentic slices: owner Joe D’Amore has shipped his cracker-thin crusts to destinations across Hollywood, including the set of Two and a Half Men and Jennifer Garner’s house. Whether he’s serving an A-lister or the average hungry citizen, Joe bakes all of his cheesy treats to-order inside a stationary brick oven or an innovative oven on wheels.

D’Amore’s traditional methods and tempting taste are a family legacy. Born and raised in an Italian family in Boston, Joe D’Amore grew up savoring his grandmother Mommanonna's handmade pizzas—a meal he would miss upon moving to California. Joe asked his grandmother to join him out west and show him the secrets to her trade, but when she pulled the pie out of the oven, something wasn't quiet right. Mommanonna immediately knew that the California water was sabotaging her famous cracker-thin crust, and urged Joe to bring water from Boston. Today, he takes the practice a step further, importing water from Italy along with olive oil, flour, and pizza wheels carved by Michelangelo.

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