Pizza, much like the earth, is circular, flat, and supports the existence of Karl Malone. Celebrate a worldly treat with today’s Groupon to Palermo’s Pizza. Choose from the following options:
For $5, you get a pizza-factory tour for two (a $10 value).
- For $10, you get lunch for two (a $21.85 value), which includes the following:
- One 12-inch hand-stretched pizza
Two 20-ounce drinks<p>
- For $20, you get lunch for four (a $43.70 value), which includes the following:
- Two 12-inch hand-stretched pizzas
Four 20-ounce drinks<p>
- For $30, you get lunch for six (a $65.55 value), which includes the following:
- Three 12-inch hand-stretched pizzas
- Six 20-ounce drinks<p>
Palermo’s Pizza’s diskmakers create hand-stretched specialties from Sicilian family recipes brought to Milwaukee in 1964 by the factory’s founder, Jack Fallucca. Fallucca began with a small Italian bakery and specialty-foods shop, and moved into selling frozen pizzas as his to-go items became popular. The company has since grown like a houseplant set next to a recording of keytar solos, and currently resides in a villa of 16th-century Sicilian architectural design. Tour guides lead visitors under archways, unveil the pizza-crafting process, and dispense fresh slices from the central courtyard’s pizza rocket. In the pizza café, groups dine on stone-baked circles topped with signature ingredients such as fresh italian sausage and zesty hot pizza sauce. Tour times run at 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. while Palermo’s Cafe is open from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Before it became a large-scale pizza manufacturer, Palermo's Pizza was simply an Italian restaurant run by Gaspare Fallucca and his wife Zina. The Fallucca's are back to their restaurant roots offering freshly baked classic and wood-fired pizzas at Pizzeria 3301 at Villa Palermo. Along with pizzas, guests enjoy homemade soups, fresh salads, and Italian desserts within a cafe atmosphere. Patrons can even tour the pizza factory, attend a tasting event, or participate in a pizza making class.