$12 for $24 Worth of Pizza and Italian Food at Giordano's. Three Locations Available.

Giordano's (Lake Buena Vista) Multiple Locations

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Customer Reviews

532 Ratings

Always a great experience!!
Judy E. · January 21, 2013
I'ved recommended Girodano's to my friends & they liked it, even tho they are from New York & grew up w/that style pizza. When we lived in Chicago it was easy to get to a Giordano's, but living in Florida I have to travel an hour & 1/2, but it is worth it.
J O. · January 9, 2013
Best deep dish pizza anywhere.
Luke H. · December 29, 2012

What You'll Get


The best pizzas, like the worst Elvis impersonators, are cheesy, doughy, and often live in cardboard boxes. Eat like a king with this Groupon.

$12 for $24 Worth of Pizza and Italian Food

Choose from the Apopka Vineland Road, Irlo Bronson Highway, and Sand Lake Road locations.

The menu showcases deep-dish pizza stuffed with cheese and marinara sauce ($13.45–$19.45). Diners can also opt for a variety of flavor combinations, such as sausage, mushrooms, green peppers, and onions ($19.15–$26.75), as well as sandwiches including italian beef ($7.95) and chicken parmesan ($8.95).

Giordano's

Joseph and Efren Boglio grew up in a Northern Italian town near Torino, raised by a mother locally renowned for her cooking abilities. Although the brothers loved the double-crusted, ricotta-stuffed pizza that she made every Easter, it wasn't until they moved across the ocean to Chicago that they realized just how special it was. Unable to find an equivalent after eating their way through local pizzerias and hunting pizzas in the wild, they opened Giordano's in 1974 with the goal of recreating the savory pie from their childhood. They've adapted their style over the years, but the concept has stayed the same: thick layers of mozzarella submerged in rich tomato sauce and served in a shallow bowl of golden dough. Diners can add ingredients such as spinach, sausage, or shrimp. Even though the Giordano’s deep-dish empire has expanded to Florida, its menu retains its old-country stamp with cuisine such as juicy italian beef and housemade meatballs.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires Dec 5, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Valid only at location purchased. Dine-in only. Valid only for dinner menu. Must purchase food item. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Giordano's


Joseph and Efren Boglio grew up in a Northern Italian town near Torino, raised by a mother locally renowned for her cooking abilities. Although the brothers loved the double-crusted, ricotta-stuffed pizza that she made every Easter, it wasn't until they moved across the ocean to Chicago that they realized just how special it was. Unable to find an equivalent after eating their way through local pizzerias and hunting pizzas in the wild, they opened Giordano's in 1974 with the goal of recreating the savory pie from their childhood. They've adapted their style over the years, but the concept has stayed the same: thick layers of mozzarella submerged in rich tomato sauce and served in a shallow bowl of golden dough. Diners can add ingredients such as spinach, sausage, or shrimp. Even though the Giordano’s deep-dish empire has expanded to Florida, its menu retains its old-country stamp with cuisine such as juicy italian beef and housemade meatballs.

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