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: for $7, you get $14 worth of Italian fare at Mark Rich's N.Y. Pizza & Pasta.
The dough slingers at Mark Rich's N.Y. Pizza & Pasta engineer delectable New York–style thin-crust pizzas blueprinted on a menu that also presents sandwiches, salads, and pastas. Diners can recover from dares to eat the least palatable clauses from the Magna Carta by tasting the medium thin-crust ($10.99) or sicilian thick-crust ($15.99) pies covered in toppings ($1.50+) such as pepperoni, fresh tomato, or jalapeños. Patrons can veer from a circular culinary path by prying open baked calzones ($8.39+), which come in combinations such as grilled chicken and cheese, spinach and cheese, and the science-defying cheese squared. While waiting to take more sips from soft drinks, guests can feel free to bite into italian subs ($6.79) or saucy meatball parmigianas ($7.39). Additionally, diners can sup on gluten-free pizza and pastas while visually supping on gluten-free exposed brick or an outdoor patio's umbrellas during warmer months.
Mark Rich's NY Pizza & Pasta
Every morning, workers at Mark Rich's NY Pizza & Pasta open bright red and gold canopies above tables in their alfresco dining area. Inside or outside, the casual restaurant invites customers to linger over slices of pizza or a dish of gelato or spumoni. Chefs craft their pizzas New York–style: thin, well-dressed, and able to stop a moving taxi with a focused glare. In addition to pies topped with artichoke hearts, sausage, and jalapeños, the menu also includes Italian-style desserts, pastas, and gluten-free dishes.