Pizza is great because it also serves as a pie chart of how much pizza you haven't eaten yet. Do the math with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $6 for for $15 worth of Italian cuisine for parties of two, valid Sunday–Thursday
- $7.50 for for $15 worth of Italian cuisine for parties of two, valid Friday or Saturday
- $12 for for $30 worth of Italian cuisine for parties of four or more, valid Sunday–Thursday
- $15 for for $30 worth of Italian cuisine for parties of four or more, valid Friday or Saturday
Choose options from a menu full of neapolitan pizza and classic Italian dishes, such as a margherita pizza with San Marzano tomatoes, fior de latte, and basil ($12), manilla clams or mussels steamed in white wine and served with grilled bread ($12), or polenta funghi with mushrooms and parmigiano-reggiano ($9).
After successfully overseeing popular restaurants in the DC area, Jacques Nawar moved west, settling down in Seattle to open up a pizza shop––but not just any pizza shop. Everything at Pizzeria Credo bursts at the seams with a rustic Italian sensibilities. Warm, brassy light cascades upon diners as they bite into crisp, bubbly slices of pizza fresh from the Stefano Ferrar. This Neapolitan-made, wood-fired oven is outfitted with a plate of authenticity and protected by magic words known only to professional pizzaioli. The pizza menu is composed of colorful combinations of toppings, such as the tricolor margherita with creamy mozzarella and San Marzano tomatoes or the zesty puttanesca with anchovy, capers, and hot pepper. But there is more to the restaurant's modus operandi than just pies. Guests break toasted bread over bowls of white-wine-steamed mussels and clams, or whet their appetites with salads made from local organic greens and roasted beets.
Tips from Groupon Customers
“The number of persons in your party is required - if you bought for 4 people, bring 4 people :-)”
“Nice atmosphere, good service and delicious pizza!”
“The pizzas were good and the pastas were even better, particularly the Alfredo sauce.”