Pizza is a treat for all ages, much like a cartoon with lots of innuendo. Savor something saucy with this Groupon.
$20 for Four Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Pizza ($40 Total Value)
The menu includes pizza by the slice ($3.40–$4.35) along with 14 specialty pies, including the Super Combo with pepperoni, sausage, and five kinds of veggies ($24.70+); the Glorious Chicken with fresh garlic and spinach ($24.75+); and the Andy Warhol with pesto, tomatoes, and mushrooms ($21.20+). Customers may combine multiple Groupons during one visit.
Escape From New York Pizza
Paul Geffner's upbringing on the Lower East Side of Manhattan ingrained in him a connoisseurship that non-New Yorkers could only dream of: that of the floppy, foldable pizza indigenous to the East Coast. Once he moved to San Francisco and needed to make a living, he embraced his palate and founded a business along with his fellow street artist Rob Friedman and musician Joe Goldmark.
Today, Escape From New York Pizza has evolved from a single outpost to six pizzerias run by partners, whose unique backgrounds have contributed to the brand's quirky personality. Rich Morin is a native of Guam, Suzanne Esser is a Pizza My Heart alumni, and Tim Parker started at Escape passing out flyers before quickly revealing his business acumen.
At each location, patrons pick up slices of specialty pizzas such as the Gourmet with spinach, feta, sun-dried tomatoes, and artichokes, or the You Say Potato, blanketed in pesto sauce and slices of roasted potatoes. There are also four kinds of chicken pizza, including the Big Applewood Chicken with barbecue sauce, bacon, and cheddar cheese.
My favorite is the Pesto Pizza with sausage! Super yummy crust, greasy and perfectly crustylicious!Nick B., 2/15/12
This, to me, is the best cheese pizza on the West Coast.Abbey M., 8/15/12
Tips from Groupon Customers
“Good size pizza like how a NY style pizza should be.”
“I pretty much like everything they make....love the potato and garlic pizza!”
“It's all great and easy. yum pizza. chill workers. ”
508 Castro Street
San Francisco, California 94114