Welcome back Purdue University students for the 2017/18 school year! It's time for more traditions to be embraced and for great local cuisine to be consumed. One Purdue tradition that is on every Boilermaker's list is a visit to Bruno's, that has been serving hungry Boilers for over 60 years. A dining experience at Bruno's is fun and delicious, so don't miss out!
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Hand-tossed pizza, famous Bruno dough, fresh garden salads, and house specialties (veal, bratwurst and manicotti, just to name a few), there is something for everyone at Bruno’s. The acclaimed appetizer is Bruno Dough, their famous pizza dough, deep fried, brushed with garlic butter, sprinkled with parmesan cheese, and served with a dipping sauce (cheese, meat, marinara or garlic butter). If you have never had this yummy, carbolicious treat, you must! The bread is light and fluffy on the inside and once dipped in a sauce (I recommend the cheese sauce that is a bit spicy), the flavor bursts in one's mouth.
The pizza! Bruno’s pizza is different than any style of pizza I have ever had. It is a medium thickness crust that would be considered more New York Style. Bruno, Orlando (brothers who own the business along with their sister Tina) and their team of master pizza creators, toss the crust into the air, then pat it out onto pizza wood boards. They add a homemade, rich, red pizza sauce, a hearty brick style cheese and all the toppings. (My daughter loves to watch them make the pizzas from their huge glass window as you enter the restaurant.) The pizzas get placed in their massive, hot ovens, and bake together to pizza deliciousness.
Bruno's has 3 rooms, the Big O's Sports Room as well as a bar and room with the Swiss design. Big O's Sports Room is filled with trophy's, photos, sports memorabilia, etc. from sports teams, primarily Purdue. Almost every Purdue athletic star has made a stop at Bruno's and photos line the wall of their visits. The Swiss rooms make one feel like they just stopped at a Swiss Chalet. From the beam and wood work to the beer stein glasses that line the walls, the feel is authentic and comfortable.
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Whether you are looking for delicious dining, interesting attractions and shops, enticing events or home away from home lodging—a getaway to Lafayette-West Lafayette, Indiana, is sure to satisfy. For more information about this restaurant and others in the area, visit our website at www.HomeOfPurdue.comSave