Trilussa Pizza & Pane: $17 for One or $34 for Two Groupons, Each Good for One Two-Foot Hot Pizza and Two Sodas (Up to 41% Off)

Trilussa Pizza & Pane

Today’s Groupon Vancouver Daily Deal of the Day: One or Two Groupons, Each Good for One Two-Foot Hot Pizza and Two Sodas at Trilussa Pizza & Pane (Up to 41% Off)

Buy now from only $17
Value $28.64
Discount 41% Off
You Save $11.64

Choose Between Two Options:

  • $17 for a takeout package for two, including one 2-ft. hot Pizza Roma and two sodas ($28.64 value)
  • $34 for two Groupons, each good for a takeout package including one 2-ft. hot Pizza Roma and two sodas ($57.28 value)
  • See the menu for available pizza and soda varieties.

Two-foot, oblong Roman-style pizza topped with ingredients such as soppressata, potatoes, and prosciutto.

This is a limited 4-day only sale that will expire at midnight on Wednesday, February 4, 2015.

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The Fine Print
Expires Apr 30th, 2015. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid for delivery; valid for takeout only. Beverages valid for soda only. Valid only for regular full-size Pizza Roma; not valid for cold specialty pizzas. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Trilussa Pizza & Pane
4363 Main Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V5V 3R1

At Trilussa Pizza & Pane, it’s all about the dough. Roman-born baker Alessandro Fonseca has been working on the recipe professionally since he was 18, and every day at Trilussa, he hand-stretches it and anoints it with 100% cold-pressed, extra-virgin olive oil. Once it rises, it’s ready to be shaped into baguettes, buns, flatbread, and, of course, pizza crust.

True to the traditional food and square-wheeled cars of the streets of Rome, the pizzas arrive in oblong slabs—measured by length, not diameter. Served cold for an antipasto-like experience, specialty pizzas come topped with ingredient combos such as the caprese, with tomato, bocconcini, and organic salad, or the Vancouver, topped with salmon and organic salad. Hot options include pesto, potatoes, and a variety of Italian meats. In either case, waitstaff will gladly hand out forks and knives to tackle the unusually substantial piles of ingredients.

Trilussa is more than just a spot for dinner and lunch (when panini on the house-made bread make for a quick bite). “You’d do well to start the day here, too, with a coffee and the Buongiorno panino,” Vancouver Magazine recommends; there are pastries and espresso drinks as well.

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