Pizzeria Meal for Two or Four at Russo's New York Brick Oven Pizza (Up to 59% Off)
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New York–style pies fired in a traditional brick oven join fresh salads covered with homemade dressing for dine-in or takeout meals
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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.
Choose Between Two Options
$16 for a pizzeria meal for two (up to a $39.10 total value)
$32 for a pizzeria meal for four (up to a $78.20 total value)
One salad per person (up to a $10.95 value each)
One large, one-topping pizza per pair (up to a $17.20 value each)
Diners savor handmade salads, such as a cucumber-and-feta variety or insalata caprese, before digging into 16-inch brick-oven pizzas topped with italian sausage, fresh basil, gorgonzola, or sun-dried tomatoes.
Russo's New York Brick Oven Pizzeria
The Russo family moved from Italy to New York in 1964, and from New York to Texas in 1978, carrying with them time-honored culinary techniques imported straight from the old country. Anthony Russo has worked side by side with family members and Italian chefs since the age of 12, learning to prepares salads, pastas, and pizzas from only the freshest of ingredients. Anthony's love for his family's cooking grew into a lucrative business, with Russo's Coal Fired Italian Kitchen restaurants and Russo's New York Pizzerias popping up all over the American South.
Like a cookie decorated with Lady Liberty's Social Security Number, Russo's pizza is an edible souvenir of the Big Apple, introducing palates to the thin, crispy brick-oven pies that helped make New York cuisine world famous. In between bites of basil-, anchovy-, and meatball-crowned pizzas, diners feast on baked ziti, lobster ravioli, and tortellini carbonara, as well as oven-cooked flatbread sandwiches and toasted calzones.