Pizza is great because it also serves as a pie chart of how much pizza you haven't eaten yet. Do the math with this Groupon.
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- $20 for $40 worth of pizza and Italian cuisine for two or more
- $40 for $80 worth of pizza and Italian cuisine for four or more
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Umberto's Pizzeria & Restaurant
A pizza isn't just a pizza at Umberto's Pizzeria & Restaurant—it's a symbol of decades of perseverance. Founder Umberto Corteo was raised working on his family's farm outside of Naples, and even when he and his siblings left to start a new life in Brooklyn, he never lost that deeply engrained work ethic. Umberto spent years working in kitchens, saving his money in the hopes of starting his own business. And in 1965, he did just that, opening up the doors and ovens at the original Umberto's Pizzeria & Restaurant in New Hyde Park. Together with his brother Carlo, Umberto established the pizzeria first as a local landmark, and eventually as a multi-location empire.
Today, the neighborhood institution continues to serve up Old World classics in a welcoming setting. Pizzas take the starring role on the menu, in Sicilian-style, Neapolitan-style, and deep-dish iterations. Quality ingredients form the foundation for each brick-oven baked pie, with an emphasis placed on freshness—the chefs make their own mozzarella in-house, and use a time machine to snatch the juiciest tomatoes ever grown. Panini sandwiches, pasta dishes, and chicken and veal entrees round out the selection of hearty home cooking. It's that no-frills approach to comforting cuisine that has won the restaurant legions of fans—in addition to indulging the appetites of athletes from the Giants, Jets, and Islanders, the pizzeria was also featured on an episode of the Food Network's The Best Thing I Ever Ate.