Like brushing your teeth and dutifully obeying authority figures, eating handmade pizza is beloved by all young people everywhere. Follow the orders of your tastebuds with this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of Pizzeria Cuisine
Guests dine from a menu of tasty pizzeria feasts such as a sauceless Tuscany pizza with mozzarella, oven-roasted tomatoes, pesto, and walnuts ($14.95 for a 14-inch; $17.95 for an 18-inch), a San Marco with sliced italian sausage and ricotta ($14.95 for a 14-inch; $17.95 for an 18-inch), or a Mangia special sandwich with capicola, sopressata, provolone, and roasted pepper. ($7.95).
Mangia Neapolitan Pizza
Steve Fenerjian opened the first Mangia Neapolitan Pizza in Brookline in 2003, setting his business apart from other pie shops through his use of healthy bleach-free whole wheat and wholesome locally-sourced organic veggies. The Mangia empire has expanded considerable since then, but their approach to pizza remains the same. At each pizzeria, chefs select flour milled to exact specifications, and sprinkle the resulting dough with traditional toppings including sweetener-free tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella, chopped clams, eggplant, basil, pesto, and prosciutto. Then, they cook Mangia's celebrated pizzas in the traditional Neapolitan way⎯roasting each pie a sizzling stone that leaves crusts crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside. These expertly fashioned New Haven-style pizzas pair well with the pizzeria’s other offerings, which range from hearty roll-ups and deli sandwiches to sauce-covered chicken wings.
The pizza is great, just like the other locations crust and toppings are almost always crisp and good quality.Nancy S., Yelp, 9/8/12
No question, pizza is great! We got the Tuscany (the one that "made them famous") and it sure was delicious.Annat S., Yelp, 10/21/12