$19 for Pizzeria Fare over Five Visits at Blocky's Eatery in Loveland (Up to $38.75 Value)

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Pizzeria & deli fare made from locally sourced ingredients cooked according to generations-old recipes

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Expires Aug 22nd, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid for delivery. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Making a sandwich requires only two slices of bread, filling, and an expensive machine that holds the slices of bread steady while the filling is shot in between them with some sort of air-powered hose. Go somewhere that has that apparatus with this Groupon.

$19 for Five-Visit Punch Card (Up to $38.75 Value)

During each visit, you can get a sub sandwich (up to $7.65), a calzone or stromboli (up to $7.75), or two slices of pizza (up to $3.85 each). See the full menu.

Blocky's Eatery

Owner Chris Bailey named Blocky's Eatery after his grandfather, a Pennsylvanian machinist who sparked his passion for cooking. As a boy, Bailey remembers visiting his grandfather at the local Eagles club and making food for the men while they played cards. These memories were a major inspiration for Blocky's, a place where "everything is geared to someone who has 10 minutes for lunch."

Ingredients are sourced from local farmers whenever possible and the recipes, much like the family's pet tortoise, date back three generations. The cooks at Blocky's top pizzas with 22 possible toppings—including prosciutto, sun-dried tomato, and fresh garlic—and bake house-made bread to accompany pasta dishes.

Blocky's Eatery

Owner Chris Bailey named Blocky's Eatery after his grandfather, a Pennsylvanian machinist who sparked his passion for cooking. As a boy, Bailey remembers visiting his grandfather at the local Eagles club and making food for the men while they played cards. These memories were a major inspiration for Blocky's, a place where "everything is geared to someone who has 10 minutes for lunch."

Ingredients are sourced from local farmers whenever possible and the recipes, much like the family's pet tortoise, date back three generations. The cooks at Blocky's top pizzas with 22 possible toppings—including prosciutto, sun-dried tomato, and fresh garlic—and bake house-made bread to accompany pasta dishes.

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