The most common Internet password is “pizza123,” demonstrating America’s love for this Italian delight, as well as its complete inability to protect sensitive information. Take a bite of password inspiration with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of pizza, sandwiches, drinks, and more at The Bistro in Lexington.
The Bistro combines the quaintness of a quiet café with the diverse menu of a larger, louder eatery. Corral some co-eaters and dive into a vat of cream-cheese dip enhanced with spinach and prosciutto ham, or just poke it with the points of the included garlic toast ($6.99). Tongues leap at the chance to sample cracked-black-pepper caesar salad, a legume-laden dish, rife with romaine hearts, croutons, and parmesan under a sheen of black pepper caesar dressing ($5.99), and chicken marsala reaches out to meat eaters with a dish of seasoned, broiled ex-clucker drizzled in the eatery's signature marsala wine sauce ($14.99). The Bistro's biggest draw is the brick-oven pizza, especially if you like the taste of brick ovens. Plunge into a mediterranean pie, with gobs of garlic and olive oil, chunks of chicken, spinach, artichokes, red onions, black olives, and a fiesta of feta and other cheeses ($13.99 for a small, $17.99 for a large). Or, start a natural disaster in your mouth by eating an Avalanche pizza, a doughy delight loaded with pepperoni, italian and pork sausage, ground beef, bacon, ham, onions, mushrooms, and bell peppers adrift on an ocean of marinara sauce ($13.99 for a small, $17.99 for a large). Picky pizzavores can also choose to construct their own pie (starting at $8.99) and enjoy it outside when the weather's in a good mood.