When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie it can result in saucy eye irritations, bruising, and occasional run-ins with black holes mistaken for olives. Stick to down-to-earth pizza experiences with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of slices, hoagies, and more at Pucci's Pizza in South Beach.
When it first began slicing authentic Brooklyn-style pies in 1992, Pucci's Pizza was a nocturnal nest for night crawlers, clubbers, and coastal pizza lovers. Today, original owner and NYC native Tommy Pooch drapes party-going palates in the same classic dough, sauce recipes, and opulent mozzarella cheeses. Peruse Pucci's up-all-nite menu, where Napolitano slices start at $3 each, or nab an eight-slice pie ($18) for you and an army of your closest beach brats. Calzones ($6.50+) come in cheese, ham, and stromboli varieties, and plates of meatball parmesan ($10 lunch, $14 dinner) can sate grumbling bellies or serve as your spare beach volleyball. Savor "Martorano's famous pasta marinara sauce" over pillows of ravioli or gnocchi ($8.50 lunch, $10.50 dinner), both tucked with secretive cheeses or meats. Bella salads ($8) curb vegetarian cravings along with garlicky bread knots ($4/dozen), which, when served until 6 a.m. on Friday and Saturdays, may require a degree of vampiric vigilance.