If you've never had authentic pizza made with fresh dough, then what you think is pizza might in fact be a cunningly disguised pretzel. Today's Groupon clears up the confusion: for $10, you get $25 worth of pizza, drinks, and more at DaVinci’s Pizza e Pasta on Aurora Avenue. This Groupon is good for dine-in, take-out, delivery ($2 delivery fee applies within a limited area, call for delivery area), and catering services.
DaVinci’s Pizza e Pasta's menu blends the culinary styles of California and New York to create appetizing pastas and pizzas made with fresh dough and never-frozen toppings every day. Pizzas by the slice ($1.99–$2.99) let you take the full tour of DaVinci’s specialty pizza creations. The Greek Special serves up a boisterous circle-dance of feta cheese, olives, pesto, fresh tomatoes, and even fresher garlic. More adventurous appetites can sing in a shrill, pinched voice to the Tandoori Chicken pizza—a subcontinental masala of grilled tandoori chicken, ginger, cheese, cilantro, onion, garlic, roasted red pepper, and sauce—or the Sheekh Kabab pizza's enticing ensemble of onion, garlic, green pepper, ginger, mushroom, and cheese. For more classic circular cuisine, opt for the Cucina Vegetarian's garden of toppings or the House Special, which combines three kinds of meat with mushrooms, peppers, onions, and fresh tomatoes. And foodie Dr. Frankensteins can always create their own pie before giving it life during an electrical storm. All pizza creations cost between $13.99 and $23.99 depending on size, except for the pineappley Hawaiian Passion with Canadian bacon ($11.99–$20.99).
Customers can prep for their pizza feast by snacking beforehand on garlic bread ($2.49), mozzarella sticks ($5.99), or a Caesar salad with grilled chicken ($5.99) while gargling a bottle of Jarritos mandarin drink ($1.50) or an order of beer or wine (dine-in only). After juggling a plate of pasta and beefy Italian meatballs cooked in DaVinci’s special marinara sauce ($9.95), keep a hand open for swashbuckling swordfights with a California calzone ($8.99) or a meat calzone's ($8.99) carnal treasure chest of Canadian bacon, pepperoni, salami, sausage, and chicken. A dessert of chocolate mousse cake ($3.50) ends the evening on a sweet note no matter how often a first date cryptically prophesies your doom.
Whether you’re stopping by DaVinci's to pick up a pizza pie or visiting the neatly tiled restaurant to count its exposed bricks and talk to its potted plants, DaVinci’s will satisfy circular cravings until 3 a.m. any day of the week.
- If you like thin crust pizza you will love it! They have great toppings the cheese is my favorite part! You will be happy with your choice! – Caseyg, Citysearch
- We ordered their Tandoori chicken and Greek specials. First bite announced that it was not your average pizza. It is one of the best pizza I ever tried in Washington. – cm1234, Citysearch
- I love it! Greek pizza, no tomatoes, sub mushrooms add artichokes! Tip them well, they are worth it! – Mitch S., Yelp
7617 Aurora Ave. N
Seattle, Washington 98103Get Directions