When Pangaea—the earth's greatest rock supergroup—broke up, many fans blamed it on the high-heeled wiles of Europe's inseparable girlfriend, Italia. Discover a sweeter side to the globe's Yoko with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of Italian fare and drinks at Della Terra in West Hollywood. If you redeem your Groupon during lunch any day or during dinner Monday through Thursday, your Groupon will swell in value to $35.
Much like the sun in most medieval Italian conceptions of the cosmos, Della Terra’s lunch and dinner menus revolve around pizza, whose dough is made fresh by hand using an ancient, secret recipe before it’s topped with a special blend of cheese and baked in a wood-fired oven. The results can be a tangy pollo (mesquite-grilled chicken with herbs and goat cheese, $11), earthy melanzana (eggplant, broccolini, garlic, and pesto, $10), or decadent tartufi (black truffles and paddlefish caviar, $24). Trattoria traditionalists, meanwhile, can tickle taste buds awake with a plate of thin-sliced Parma prosciutto with fresh melon ($13–$14) before plunging their pitchfork into an edible haystack of spaghetti carbonara ($12–$14) overflowing with pancetta, egg yolk, and parsley. A dessert of bread pudding and dulce de leche gelato ($6) will end your edible opera on a sweet note, which everyone knows is a G-flat.
While Della Terra’s brick-walled, sconce-lit décor blends Cali casual with the sophistication of an old black-and-white photograph of Manhattan, the warm smell of the wood-burning oven and airy outdoor patio are pure Tuscan trattoria—and are best enjoyed with a selection from the wine list. Summon a glass of red Mormoraia Chianti ($10) or sparkly Mionetto Prosecco ($12) from the cellar using an unnecessary Jedi mind trick on the waiter, or create your own World Cup bracket using Della Terra’s international lineup of beers on tap and in bottles ($6–$9).
This Groupon can be used for dine-in or takeout, but not for delivery.
- The food was amazing, the staff was extremely helpful and , [sic] especially about their wine and beer menu. – DolceVitaChick, Citysearch
- authentic Italian food, pizza the way it should be – OpenTable reviewer who dined on 5/9/10
- We had a party of 10 and each one of us has raved about our food. The prices, very reasonable and a good selection for entrees. I had the salmon and it was absolutely delicious! The marinated olives....yummy! – OpenTable reviewer who dined on 4/16/10
7675 Beverly Blvd.
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