Pomodori's Pizzeria & Trattoria Coupons and Deals
CINCINNATI SAUCELocally owned, a neighborhood favorite and critically-praised Pomodori's is where Cincinnati goes for authentic, wood fired pizza! Just $12.50 gets you $25 to spend on crispy pies and fresh, homemade pastas at their two locations. So whether you say "ta-MAY-toe" or "ta-MAH-toe," know that they're all ripe, luscious, bright Italian fruit—and that's just what backs the incredible flavor base for this fresh-out-of-the-oven hot spot. Jack's already on his third slice, so pull up a seat at Pomodori's and see what everybody's talking about!CRISP CONCOCTIONSPomodori's doors opened in 1984 and since then they've pretty much stayed that way, serving up their wood-fire pizza to Ohioans everywhere. With a family-friendly environment and no pretense, you'll have a hard time not yelling “Grazie” with pies like their spinach pizza with fresh garlic and olive oil, covered with mushrooms, sweet red onions and bacon, or their decadent eggplant parmesan and wood-fired pizza masterpieces. They're open from 11am to 8pm Sunday through Thursday and 11am to midnight Friday and Saturday.REVIEWSikuhlinger on CitysearchPizza Bliss! My older brother who lives in Mt. Adams took me to Clifton "Corryville" to have lunch at a place I had never been before for food. The pizza from Pomodori's wood fired stove was "out of this world" the best that I had ever tried and I am a die hard Buddy LaRosa pizza fan. Now evertime I come home to Cincinnati I will make it a point to visit Pomodori's for a great pizza to enjoy.Oldiesman on CitysearchDelicious! My family has kind of a tradition of Friday night being pizza night, so this time I recommended Pomodori's because I had never had their pizza, yet I'd heard that it was very good. It was excellent. Thick crust, tasty cheese and pepperoni made for one of the best pizzas I'd had in a long time.
The Art of the Tomato: They come in more colors, shapes, and sizes that any other fruit, each in its own right a work of art. But one word sums them all up - Pomodori. That's Italian for tomato. And it's the name Tim and Sally McLane chose for their restaurant when they opened the doors in 1984. That was also the same year they introduced wood fired pizza to Ohio. Today, Pomodori's is still one of the only authentic pizzerias with a wood-fired oven and a woodpile out back. If you smell the wood fire burning, you know you've come to the right place. Pomodori's recipes are made with the freshest ingredients daily. And although their pizza, pasta, and other Italian recipes are imitated, they're never equaled. That's what the Art of the Tomato is all about.