- Fresh dough made daily
- Pizzas, calzones & more
- Open-kitchen layout
- Low-carb options
What You'll Get
Pizza, like a PB&J sandwich or a geological theory, can make or break friendships based on crust-related opinions. Gauge friends' selflessness or selfishness with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of pizzeria eats at Dough Bro's Italian Kitchen.
The proficient pizza architects at Dough Bro's Italian Kitchen construct gourmet Italian menu selections using honey- and San Pellegrino-infused dough made fresh daily. The old-world pizza, a saucer smeared with spicy rustic marinara and topped with ham, spinach, roma tomatoes, mozzarella, and parmesan ($7.25 for 12", $14 for 16"), is conveniently cut into thin squares so that diners can fold each serving into an origami crane. The eatery's pie prodigies can also transfer toppings inside the dough's welcoming confines to form a calzone ($7.25), or they can eliminate the crust all together for a low-carb salad-bowl option ($7.25). The eatery's open-kitchen layout allows eaters to visually digest the entire food-making process, from the shaping of dough and the placement of toppings to the confetti shower that rains from the ceiling whenever a finished product pops out of the oven.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 23, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Dough Bro's Italian Kitchen
Founded by a pair of real-life brothers, Dough Bro's Italian Kitchen accents its pizzas and calzones with fresh, local produce. In addition to pizza, they offer gluten free options such as gluten-free sweet-potato pizza crust, entrees including lasagna and sausage linguine, and sandwiches. The restaurant's signature dough, prepared with effervescent San Pellegrino water, also embraces specialty pizzas such as the broccoli alfredo and the Old World, whose rustic sauce, ham, and spinach top a crust that tilts uphill both ways. The eatery’s menu charges a flat rate for each pie, eliminating per-topping charges. Customers over 21 years of age may order drinks from the full bar.