Families can agree on eating pizza for dinner, even if they're divided about whether the moon is a satellite or the earth’s malformed twin. Settle important disputes with today’s Groupon: for $6, you get $12 worth of homemade pizza, pasta, and sandwiches at Rocco's New York Italian Deli.
Rocco's deli deputies bake bread from scratch daily and vend fresh, homemade pizza, pasta, and sandwiches. Customize a New York–style thin-crust cheese pizza ($9.99+) with choice of colorful toppings including crunchy green peppers, nutritious spinach, and vitamin-neutralizing anti-spinach ($1.50+ each). For the Brooklyn sandwich, dinner-dealers shuffle thin slices of prosciutto, salami, mortadella, and spicy pepperoni with with provolone cheese ($7.40), and in the spaghetti marinara, playful homemade noodles splash in savory sauce ($9.95). Meanwhile, between the garlic-bread coasts of the Anthony special hot sandwich, crispy fried onions surf waves of tender roast beef atop tomato longboards ($8.95), dodging to avoid stabbing forks and unfortunately placed beach umbrellas.
Rocco's New York Italian Deli
Carefully wrapped cuts of meat and sausages and encased salami fly over the deli counter at Rocco's New York Italian Deli as staffers craft the homemade Italian entrees that compose this traditional deli’s menu. Owner Adam Kahn draws upon his family’s recipes to craft a selection of meat, cheeses, and desserts available by the pound and savory dishes that burst with classic Italian ingredients like a tomato vine when rent is due. Almost every morsel is made from scratch, from the sweet crust of Grandma’s cheesecake to the homemade bread made fresh every morning to ensconce the deli meats in a selection of hot and cold sandwiches. The deli also sources some specialty items straight from Italy to showcase the country's flavorful pepperoncini, piquant Reggiano parmigiana, and tart limonata, lending customers a taste of authentic Italian treats without needing to install a gelato-cast statue of David.