If you've never had authentic Neapolita pizza, then what you think is pizza might in fact be a cunningly disguised pretzel. Today's Groupon to Naples Pizza in Farmington clears up the confusion. Choose from two options:
Forged in oven fires from dough mixed fresh each day, Naples menu of thin-crust Neapolitan pizzas are one-ring flavor circuses where traditional ingredients cavort and tumble alongside artichoke hearts, sun-dried tomatoes, clams, and eggplant. DIY disk-diners can order their pies in three sizes ($11.65$14.75), then sprinkle the surface with pepperoni, sausage, pineapple, and more ($1.25$2/topping). Otherwise, choose from one of Naples specialty pizzas, such as the Shrimp pizza with capers and red onions ($15.75$19.75) or a barbecued-chicken pie ($14.55$19.15).
If you've had trouble seeing pizzas as food ever since one licked you, Naples will fill your belly with calzones, grinders, pastas, and salads, prefacing them with fried mozzarella ($6.95) or eggplant fries with marinara ($5.95). Whole-wheat dough and pasta options, as well as gluten-free pizza crusts and mozzarella sourced from lactose-free cows, makes it easy for the diet-restricted to join in the pizza party.
Naples' open view of the kitchen grants diners a front-row seat to the dough-twirling, sauce-slathering action in all its warm, toasty-smelling glory. On-the-go eaters frequently swing in for pizza by the slice for a quick lunch or late-night snack before getting back to their dust cloud of fighting cartoon characters. Groupon buyers also get to tipple their way through Naples' cellar of wines for half price Monday through Thursdaybest enjoyed amid the open air of the outdoor patio during a first date, family dinner, or awkward combination of the two.
Eighteen Yelpers give Naples Pizza an average of four stars. Yahoo! Locals give it an average of 4.5 stars. Three Citysearchers give it an average of 4.3 stars. More than 1,230 Facebookers like Naples Pizza.
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