$5 for $10 Worth of Pizzeria Food at Il Pomodoro Pizzeria

Southeast Eugene

52% of 25 customers

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In a Nutshell

New York–style pizza made in-house with fresh mozzarella cheese, meat and veggie toppings, and just the right amount of tomato sauce

The Fine Print

Expires Feb 27th, 2013. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Not valid for delivery. Not valid for catering. Must purchase a food item. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$5 for $10 Worth of Pizzeria Food

Chefs layer fresh mozzarella cheese on New York–style and Sicilian-style pizzas served by the pie ($18–$30) or slice ($2.50). Other Italian specialties include a panini with flame-roasted portobello mushrooms and beefsteak tomatoes ($6) and a calzone stuffed with melted cheese ($7.50).

Il Pomodoro Pizzeria

Whether served as a whole pie or by the slice, ll Pomodoro's New York–style pizza benefits from generous layers of mozzarella cheese made in-house. For a pizza that highlights the mild flavors of this cheese, try a slice of the margherita—a traditional specialty that also piles basil and plum tomatoes on its brick-oven-style crust. Not all of the pies are so wedded to tradition. Take, for example, the buffalo-wing pizza, which usurps expectations with its spicy combination of chicken, wing sauce, and blue cheese.

When they aren’t flattening their dough into round pies or Sicilian-style squares, the chefs tie it into aromatic garlic knots or stuff it with mozzarella and ricotta cheeses to make calzones. In another nod to their Mediterranean influences, they toss kosher lamb and chicken with couscous and dice their veggies with authentic Roman swords.

II Pomodoro Pizzeria

Whether served as a whole pie or by the slice, ll Pomodoro's New York–style pizza benefits from generous layers of mozzarella cheese made in-house. For a pizza that highlights the mild flavors of this cheese, try a slice of the margherita—a traditional specialty that also piles basil and plum tomatoes on its brick-oven-style crust. Not all of the pies are so wedded to tradition. Take, for example, the buffalo-wing pizza, which usurps expectations with its spicy combination of chicken, wing sauce, and blue cheese.

When they aren’t flattening their dough into round pies or Sicilian-style squares, the chefs tie it into aromatic garlic knots or stuff it with mozzarella and ricotta cheeses to make calzones. In another nod to their Mediterranean influences, they toss kosher lamb and chicken with couscous and dice their veggies with authentic Roman swords.


Reviews

The meatballs are fantastic with lots of spices and flavor,

Bill D., Yelp, 6/2/12

The cheese is topnotch and the sauce is flavorful.

Ian T., Yelp, 5/6/12

Tips

52% of 25 customers

  • “Excellent food!”

  • “Great pizza. Friendly service. ”

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    Southeast Eugene

    368 E 40th Ave.

    Eugene, Oregon 97405

    541-345-1134

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