Teenagers idolize pizza due to its portable nature and refusal to stay in a box, man. Eat your way to independence with today’s Groupon to Leaning Tower Pizzeria and Ristorante. Choose between the following options:
- For $12, you get an Italian meal for two (up to a $24.05 total value). The meal includes:
- Any 14-inch specialty pizza or any Booey calzone (serves two) with one traditional or premium filling (up to a $15.49 value)
- Two side salads (a $2.49 value each)
- Two soft drinks or iced teas (up to a $1.79 value each)<p>
- For $7, you get $15 worth of anything on the menu during lunch or dinner. Entrees range from $3.99 to $17.49.<p>
Groupon holders who opt to dine-in at the restaurant will also receive six complimentary garlic rolls (a $2.49 value).
Calling upon 17 years of pizza-crafting experience, the chefs at Leaning Tower fuse fresh cheeses, sauces, and other ingredients into house-made dough that is prepared daily. Pairs of patrons abate hunger with a crunchy side salad accented by cucumbers, bell peppers, and black olives, before digging into a specialty pizza such as the Pizzetta Provencale—a sauceless medley of scallions, basil, mushrooms, bell peppers, tomatoes, and mozzarella cheese—or the hawaiian pizza dressed with ham, pineapple, and a tasteful grass skirt. For guests who prefer their pizzas inside out, chefs individually craft each Booey calzone, stuffing it with a generous helping of mozzarella and ricotta cheeses before adding a favorite filling such as pepperoni or jalapeños, or a premium add-in such as meatballs or artichoke hearts. Dishes that branch beyond the dough include fresh pastas such as baked spaghetti with meatballs, sausage, or mushrooms, while hot subs pack savory stuffings such as baked eggplant or chicken parmesan into a compact form that may be eaten by hand or easily stored under a hat.
Leaning Tower Pizzeria and Ristorante
The Navarro family, owners of Leaning Tower Pizzeria and Ristorante, has been serving up pizza, calzones, pasta, and sub sandwiches since 1994. Their selection of specialty pies includes the L.T. Special, which comes loaded with eight of their most popular toppings, and the white pizza, which maintains its porcelain complexion by skipping the tomato sauce. Sicilian pizzas boast an extra thick crust and calzones come in three sizes—lunch, dinner, and booey (for two). The menu also includes salads chock full of veggies, italian meats, or bits of cheese shaped like Vespas, as well as made-to-order garlic rolls slathered in olive oil and seasonings and a handful of new gluten-free options.