An emphasis on age-old recipes typifies Italian cuisine, causing many to conclude that Leonardo da Vinci probably invented time travel, too. Savor flavors that have stood the test of time with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $17 for any two pizzas or pasta dishes (up to a $36 value)
- $32 for any four pizzas or pasta dishes (up to a $72 value)<p>
Twenty red and white pizzas topped with premium toppings, from buffalo mozzarella to Neapolitan-style salami, sidle alongside orbs of ricotta gnocchi. See the full menu.<p>
Fratelli La Bufala’s prices vary throughout the week.
Fratelli La Bufala
After the unexpected loss of their father, three brothers from Eboli, an Italian hamlet in the Neapolitan countryside, pursued their disparate passions to separate corners of the globe. As Giuseppe, the eldest, toiled as a pizzaiolo in New York; Antonio, a dancer; and Gennaro, an artist, spent time honing their crafts in Madrid and Paris. It wasn't long before Giuseppe opened his pizzeria, and his younger siblings weren't far behind. With all three operating successful Italian eateries in their respective cities, the trio decided to reunite, forming Fratelli La Bufala as a joint effort where they could highlight their father's passion for water-buffalo mozzarella, a heart-healthy cheese that anchors the cuisine at each of their worldwide locations.
Working from an Italian menu modeled after Mediterranean culinary traditions, chefs prepare pastas in-house and pepper Neapolitan-style pizzas with water-buffalo meat that boasts less cholesterol and saturated fat than most traditional meat options. Like Sophia Loren's celebrity impersonators, the kitchen's ingredients are sourced from small southern Italian farms, and are transported with care to preserve their naturalness and quality.