$19 or $22 for Two-Person Meal Including Appetizers and 18" Pizza (Up to $51 Value). $34 for Four-Person Option at Numero 28 (Up to $85 Value)

Numero 28 Napoletana

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A S. · 6 reviews TOP REVIEWER
May 31, 2012
slow service


S V. ·
February 19, 2012
Great service, Very good food. Great ambiance.


Jolanda W. ·
December 23, 2011
It was a lovely experience and I would definitely go back! :o)

What You'll Get

Simple laziness has spurred many culinary inventions, including the sandwich, the blender, and the pizza, which was invented as a way to wheel heavy ingredients from place to place. Transport your palate with today’s Groupon to Numero 28 Napoletana, valid at the East Village location. Choose from the following options:

  • For $19, you get lunch for two (up to a $51 value) that includes:
    • Two appetizers, salads, or bruschetta (up to a $12 value each)
    • Any 18-inch pizza (up to a $27 value)

  • For $22, you get dinner for two (up to a $51 value) that includes:
    • Two appetizers, salads, or bruschetta (up to a $12 value each)
    • Any 18-inch pizza (up to a $27 value)

  • For $34, you get a dinner for four (up to an $85 value) that includes:
    • Four appetizers, salads, or bruschetta (up to a $12 value each)
    • Any 29-inch pizza (up to a $37 value)

Numero 28 Napoletana recalls ancestral Italy with authentic cuisine and a five-generations-old pizza-dough recipe, served by hospitable staff amid brick-lined walls. Glazed wooden ceilings stretch overhead as parties stroll into the rustic space, matched at eye level by dark wooden tables, cushy booths, and a cheek-squeezing Italian grandmother at every elbow. Adroit pizza chefs fire crusts fast in a brick oven after deftly stretching the dough and layering fresh ingredients atop the yeasty platter. Creative and classic combinations splay atop the smoky, chewy crust, from the Rustica with green peppers and sausage to the sweet-scented Pere with gorgonzola, pears, and walnuts. Under the warm light of petite metal chandeliers, adventurous parties can provoke taste buds with an array of specialty pizzas, such as the Romeo topped with artichokes, creamy buffalo mozzarella, prosciutto, and garnishes of earthy truffle cream.

To accompany their main course, diners can tuck into a number of leafy balsamic-adorned salads, such as the carciofi, in which artichokes, olives, and pine nuts swap scary stories on a bed of arugula. The caprese salad showcases plump tomatoes nestled between buffalo mozzarella and neatly laced with basil and oregano. Succulent chopped aliments, from fresh tomatoes to mushrooms and anchovies, meld personalities atop plates of bruschetta, and a mix of all three styles spurs the table to swap and nibble on each.

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Dec 7, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Must choose from menu. Reservation required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Numero 28 Pizzeria

The wooden tables at Numero 28 Pizzeria are more than rustic accoutrements—they're necessary, sturdy platforms for pizzas sold "al metro," or by the meter. These robust servings are traditional in Italy, as is the practice of roasting pies in a brick oven to infuse them with smoky flavor. Before their fiery finish, however, each disk is meticulously prepped from recipes that were penned five generations ago. These instructions dictate how a seasoned pizzaioli should raise the dough, array a sprinkling of fresh toppings, and time the bake so the crust has the ideal thickness and texture.

The resulting pies form the sauce-slathered foundation of Numero 28's menu. They range from proven classics such as the margherita and the Rustica—decorated in sausage and green peppers—to inventive specialties. The Pere is one of many white pizzas that forgo tomato sauce, opting for toppings of pears, gorgonzola, and walnuts. Diners can also divvy up the Romeo for bites of artichoke, truffle cream, prosciutto, and buffalo mozzarella, so named for the buffalo that churn it with their hooves. Otherwise, the pizzeria serves up plates of pasta in housemade sauces, layering béchamel between layers of lasagna and dressing linguine noodles in savory pesto.

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