Like religion, economics, and politics, pizza is something everyone can agree on. Celebrate universal ideas with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of Italian cuisine at Bucci's Brick Oven in Middleburg Heights.
At Bucci's Brick Oven, skilled chefs cull the seasoned flavors of recipes passed down through multiple generations to craft a menu of pastas and brick-oven pizzas. Mouths can corral meaty packages of ravioli ($13.50) or scale the stratums of baked lasagna, which juts skyward with layers of beef, tiers of ricotta cheese, and scarlet sheets of marinara to alert taste buds to regions in the path of cheesy avalanches ($14.50). Once the Bianca pizza is dressed in fresh oils and herbs, flame masons slide it into the fiery depths of a brick oven, in which it acquires Old World crunchiness and a golden-brown tan ($7.25–10.25). Diners can treat chompers to velvety bites of chicken piccata basking in the refreshing tang of a lemon-butter sauce ($15.50) or fence in a pair of twin french-cut pork chops, which are distinguishable only by char-grilled birthmarks ($16.25).
Bucci's Brick Oven
The glowing embers inside Bucci's signature brick oven do more than just heat up food. They infuse dishes with a signature flavor and rustic warmth that can only be found in authentic Italian cuisine. Homemade accents can be found throughout Bucci's Brick Oven's menu, from the meatballs balanced atop plates of spaghetti to the cavatelli featured on Food Network's Best Thing I Ever Ate. Guests slice through the chicken prosciutto's layers of italian ham, tomatoes, and lightly breaded chicken, or warm themselves with the legendary parmesan entrees packed with veal, chicken, or eggplant and a bubbling layer of provolone cheese.