The sudden onset of hunger pains is the leading cause of unfinished novels, canceled duels, and tied soccer matches. Today's Groupon employs delicious Italian cuisine to cut down on unfinished business: for $12, you get $25 worth of Italian fare and drinks at DeVinci's in Ormond Beach.
Dominick and Marco Falletta, the father-and-son duo behind this Sicilian café, hand toss DeVinci's pizza dough and roll its homemade pasta noodles every day to furnish a bouquet of authentic family recipes imported from Palermo, Sicily. Whether pizza polishers crave a papier-mâché inspired New York slice ($1.50+) or a robust deep-dish Sicilian-style wedge ($2+), they can decorate personal carbohydrate canvases with a potpourri of savory toppings or indulge in a specialty pizza preordained by the marinara mavens. After convincing a flock of angels to donate their hair, DeVinci's simmers a collection of lavish sauces such as alfredo gorgonzola ($10.99) to dress their mitt-massaged pastas, catering to mindful mouths with a whole-wheat penne prerogative.
To prime patrons for unbridled noodle consumption, this tomato emporium polishes palates with a restrained beverage menu featuring select draft beers ($2) and carafes of red and white wine ($14.95). DeVinci's also entertains appetites with imported Italian cookies from Queens, New York, and a medley of domestic desserts tired of doing laundry.
Family recipes are complied into DeVinci's authentic, homemade Italian and Sicilian fare, such as hand-tossed New York–style pizza, fresh bread and sandwich rolls baked daily, and seven types of pasta that patrons can pair with more than 10 variants of sauce and toppings. Following meals in the airy, casual dining room, they satiate sweet teeth with cheesecake, tiramisu, and cannolis,
197 N Yonge St.
Ormond Beach, Florida 32174Get Directions