Dining out leaves you with a full stomach, fond memories, and pockets full of restaurant smell to take home to your kids. Enjoy appetizing aromas with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $24 for one dozen cannoli (a $47.88 value)
- $20 for $40 worth of Italian food
The menu includes the popular cheese-less tomato pie ($19.99 for a whole), white thin-crust pizzas topped with housemade mozzarella and garlic ($12.99), fried veal-and-pork meatballs (up to $12.99), and filet-mignon strombolis (a $16.99).
Iannelli’s Famous Brick Oven Bakery & Cafe
Though it is arguably Iannelli’s most famous pizza, the tomato pie barely resembles a traditional pizza. Its rectangular-shaped Sicilian-style dough is covered in a thick layer of housemade sauce (called “gravy”) and baked in a brick oven. But ever since owners Terry and Mirna Iannelli introduced this cheese-less wonder to South Philly in 1910, it has been a hit.
Now more than a century later, the Iannelli’s grandson Vincent still churns out the tomato pie, which was said to have one of the Best Crusts by Philadelphia magazine and was featured in a video by Thrillist. Vincent’s chefs also create fried meatballs the way Nonna made them—by using pork and veal and cooking them over a horse-drawn stove. And in keeping with tradition, they freshly bake breads, decorate special-occasion cakes, and fill cannoli with a sweet creamy filling.
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