D'Amore's Pizza Coupons and Deals
Choose Between Two Options $18 for a pasta meal (up to a $34.80 total value) One regular salad (up to a $10.95 value) Two orders of baked ziti or spaghetti (a $9.95 value each) One order of cannoli (a $3.95 value) $35 for a pasta and pizza meal (up to a $66.65 total value) Two regular salads (up to a $10.95 value each) One 10-inch speciality pizza (a $16.95 value) Two orders of baked ziti or spaghetti (a $9.95 value each) Two orders of cannoli (a $3.95 value each) See the menu.
Robust flavors and healthy dining come together at D’Amore’s Pizza. Discover the best of both worlds with the restaurant’s wide array of sandwiches, burgers, pizza, and more. $10 for $20 to spend on food and drink Sandwiches, burgers, salads, pizzas, pastas, and more Try specialty pies like the Pizza Bianco, Grilled Vegetable, and the Meat Lovers Special No trans fat, MSG, lard, margarine, partially hydrogenated oils, or added sugars
The Fine Print
Limit 3 per customer, up to 3 additional as gifts • Limit 1 per customer per visit • Valid only for dine-in at all 3 locations • Entire value must be used in a single visit
Originally from Boston, owner Joe D'Amore established this local chain of restaurants in 1987. He calls on a 100-year-old family recipe to create brick-oven pizzas, and imports the water used in the dough to achieve his famous crust: • $10 for $20 to spend on food and drink at lunch • $20 for $40 to spend on food and drink at dinner • Valid at three locations: West LA, Westwood, and Camarillo D'Amore's Pizza's Website | Facebook
D'amores has been dishing up the healthiest and best pizza since 1987. From our family to yours - we take health seriously!Being 100% Italian, I grew up with the kind of food many people typically associate us with: Authentic, fresh and simply delicious. My grandmother was one of the many women who helped bring our great reputation for food to life. She made such wonderful meals that I've since found myself on an often times frustrating and disappoining quest for those same flavors and qualties I'd come to expect. When my grandmother started getting on in years I decided that I had to get her to teach me some of her recipes. To let such treasures slip into oblivion would be a culinary crime as far as I was concerned. So, having re-located to sunny California from the North End of Boston years ago, I sent for my "Mommanonna" as we called her. Her pizza was already very famous in the North End and as finding a good slice anywhere west of the Mississippi is an arduous feat, I knew that it would be a most valued commodity. So, to commemorate the event I invited my friends and family to taste her masterpiece. It was served and then with great enthusiasm we took our first bite. But, alas, something was wrong. It didn't taste the same. "It's the crust!" we unanimously declared as we watched it sag shamefully before us. Mommanonna thought about it for a while and then exclaimed, "It's the water!" She insisted that we bring water from her own home in Boston! Despite thinking she was a bit senile, we decided to appease her and brought the water. Again, we all sat around while she cooked away using virgin olive oil, the freshest tomatoes, the best cheese, her secret dashes of this and that and yes, her special water concoction. And the result... Her masterpiece recreated!