Fusing international cuisines creates provocative new dishes, whereas fusing international languages still just sounds like Latin. Savor flavors without borders with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of Greek and Italian cuisine
- $15 for $30 worth of Greek and Italian cuisine
The menu includes Greek specialties, like beef and lamb gyros with homemade tzatziki sauce ($8.95+) and the moussaka's baked eggplant, ground beef, and tomato sauce ($11.75+). Chefs also craft Italian dishes, including ricotta- and mozzarella-stuffed shells ($11.95+) and meatball parmigiana with a layer of melted mozzarella ($10.95).
Bucci's Greek & Italian Specialties
Drawing from a supply of imported Greek ingredients and familiar Old-World recipes, Bucci's Greek & Italian Specialties' chefs forge a menu of homey Mediterranean cuisine that calls to mind visions of the old world’s tastiest traditions. Homemade tzatziki sauce crowns gyros stuffed with roasted beef and lamb or baked chicken, and the spanakopita's carefully assembled layers of spinach, feta, and phyllo pastry bake to a perfectly golden brown. These ingredients even influence the Italian specialties, creating pizzas with distinctive toppings of spinach, black olives, and feta or gyro meat, tomatoes, and onions. However, entrees such as the spicy sausage ravioli and the baked ziti maintain their hearty Italian roots by following the time-honored recipes first published in the Aeneid's appendices.
A trim of decorative vines circles the dining area, alluding to the trellises of Greek and Italian vineyards, and adding a verdant splash of color to the cherry-red walls and their framed artwork. A faux-stone archway separates the front and back halves of the room, and nearby potted plants add even more greenery to the space.
86% of 374 customers recommend
“ Very good pizza crust and we enjoyed gyros sandwich and the pasta which had a nice marinara sauce”
“We always appreciate the excellent and friendly service we receive.”
“Cute local restaurant with good food!”