The most common Internet password is “pizza123,” demonstrating America’s love for this Italian delight, as well as its complete inability to protect sensitive information. Enjoy savory security with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of pizza, pasta, craft beer, and more at Bambinos Pizza and Deli in Junction City.
Specializing in East Coast–style pizza made with the freshest ingredients, Bambinos offers an extensive menu of primo pies and other casual comestibles in a fun, family-friendly environment. Whet your appetite with a savory sampling of garlic knots ($0.25 each), baked hot wings ($7.50), or Bambino’s wide selection of salads ($3.50 and up). Each of Bambino’s gourmet pizzas sets out in the world equipped with hand-stretched, homemade dough—available in traditional white or whole wheat—fresh tomato sauce carefully crafted according to a secret recipe, real mozzarella cheese, and the blessings and prayers of its delicious family and friends. With more than 30 toppings (locally grown whenever possible), Bambinos offers a circular concoction to please every taste bud, from the carnivorous charms of the six-meat mafia meat lover’s special ($18.50 and up) to Haley's veggie garden pizza ($17.50 and up). Guests with allergies to disc-shaped dinners can also opt for 7-layer lasagna ($9.50) or papa’s meatball sub ($7.25), oft enjoyed by mamas, uncles, and strangers posing as distant cousins. Bambinos brownie sundaes ($3.25) and slices of creamy cheesecake ($3) are available to indulge post-meal sweet-toothery.
Bambinos stocks a selection of more than 50 domestic and micro-brewed beers, as well as an assortment of local wines, to complement the gastronomic gaiety. Enjoy your fare in the casual confines of Bambinos quaint eatery—where attentive waiters pamper patrons with subtle flattery and inquiries into their pets' health—or pair your cuisine with the company of your ficus by choosing carryout or delivery (an additional charge applies for delivery).
- Akin to the sitcom "Cheers," Bambinos Pizza & Deli aims to bring that same friendly hometown feeling to Junction City. Bambinos' staff members are encouraged to learn five new names every week to fulfill that goal and give the place a comfortable feel. – Vera Westbrook, Tri-County Tribune
- This is my favorite place to eat in Junction City! Tried the new fettucine alredo lastnight, highly recommended to anyone that loves pasta. And if you don't love pasta, you will after eating this! Service is awesome, the food is fantastic, and it's about time we get a place here in town that delivers! – Google Mapper who reviewed on 1/15/2010
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