Families can agree on eating pizza for dinner, even if they're divided about whether the moon is a satellite or the earth’s malformed twin. Enjoy the celestial flavors of pizza with today's Groupon: for $12, you get a pizzeria-style meal at Baby Tommy's Taste of New York, valid at its Midtown and Marietta locations (up to a $28.60 total value). The meal includes the following:
- A large, one-topping pizza (up to a $15.65 value; excludes steak)
- A large garden salad (a $6.95 value)
- Four fountain drinks (a $6 value)
Baby Tommy's Taste of New York quells cravings for cornerless comestibles with a menu of hot and floppy New York–style pies. At the meal's onset, diners can direct digestive attention to the garden salad's harmonious menagerie of iceberg lettuce, romaine, tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, and black olives, offering an herbaceous preamble to slice slurping and a sense of purpose to forks. Patrons can then crown a cheesy thin-crust with a topping of choice, drawing from typical gastro-gems such as pepperoni, sausage, and mushrooms as well as usurping outliers such as ricotta, sun-dried tomatoes, breaded chicken, and meatballs freshly culled from the driving range. Erstwhile New Yorkers will appreciate Baby Tommy's Herculean slices, and youngsters will appreciate that they don't have to blow their own bubbles into their fountain drinks.
Baby Tommy's Taste of New York
For 15 years, Baby Tommy's Taste of New York has been serving up authentic New York-style pies topped with everything from traditional pepperoni, to artichokes, feta, or breaded chicken. Atlanta magazine recommends the lasagna pizza, which piles the chewy thin crust with meatballs, ricotta cheese, and meat sauce, while those with a taste for travel may want to explore the cheesesteak pizza, which pairs steak and caramelized onions atop a creamy white sauce.
Of course, Baby Tommy's New York-style eats don't stop with just pizza. The menu also includes a medley of sandwiches named for the state, including the New Yorker, a combination of corned beef, pastrami, and Swiss cheese, or the Manhattan, a salty stack of ham, Genoa salami, and Provolone.