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· April 15, 2018
· January 2, 2018
· December 20, 2017
What You'll Get
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. Hack into your taste buds' flavor account with today's deal: for $20, you get $40 worth of locally sourced Italian fare from Transfer Pizzeria and Café in Clock Tower Acres. This Groupon is valid for dine-in and carryout only.
Transfer Pizzeria and Café's saliva-inspiring menu of classic antipasti, salads, pastas, paninis, and pizza delights diners with flavors fashioned from locally sourced ingredients. Transfer's disc-shaped offerings dazzle with 40 house pies in five lip-smacking categories, including traditional, garlic sauce, and seafood. The La Bella (small $10, large $16) drapes cheese, artichokes, and onions in kissable garlic sauce, and the tomato-based Kiev ($11/$17) is tattooed with cheese, chicken, onions, and spinach. Meanwhile, the Frutti di Mare ($12/$19) artfully arranges seameats on a doughy canvas, just as the Piasano ($12/$19) delights carnivores with a sausage-heavy bevy of asiago and tomato-and-pesto sauce. Transfer's thin, bubbly pizza crusts channel traditional Neapolitan pies and can also be festooned with your choice of 30 toppings. Honor the eatery's Roman roots by erecting a boozy aqueduct of imported wine or beer in your gullet.
Transfer keeps things green and tasty by using local, organic, in-season produce from Braise RSA (Restaurant Supported Agriculture). Housed in a former pharmacy—the remnants of which are present in its stained glass windows—Transfer Pizzeria and Café presents a delicious alternative to a standard diet of sheetrock smeared in marzipan.
- A prosciutto funghi ($12 small) was piled with long ribbons of the Italian cured ham. It was striking but a little challenging to eat. Worth it, though. – Carol Deptolla, Journal Sentinel
- There is also a cheese-free, vegan version named Bob’s Special ($10-$16), with garlic sauce, mushrooms, avocado, spinach and onion. With a crust this good, the cheese is not even missed. – Jeff Beutner, Express Milwaukee
- Who can turn down a garlic pizza that's creamy with a delicious garlic sauce and tasty, tangy cheese? – Megan L., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 22, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Must use in 1 visit. Valid for dine-in or take-out. Not valid with other offers. Tax & gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Transfer Pizzeria Café
The “pleasingly puffy” crust and “inventive flavor combinations” created for Transfer Pizzeria Café's pizzas have earned the establishment a Best Pizza of 2015 award from On Milwaukee. Today, they craft more than 30 pizzas with combinations of about 30 toppings and sauces. The pizzas range from traditional to one-of-a-kind, and can be made with a gluten-free crust per request with combinations more compelling than that of Al Capone’s safe. The pollo verde features chicken with pesto and tomato sauce, feta, and asiago cheese, and the Diavola is topped with hot peppers and salami. Transfer Pizzeria Café's crew strives to give back to the community by featuring local art and live music, and it contributes its vegetable and fruit scraps, used coffee grounds, and discarded paper airplanes to an area compost network.