Pizza is a more orderly way to feed a group than serving an unwieldy party sub or dousing your guests with a chili hose. Dole out slices of fun with this Groupon.
$12 for $25 Worth of Specialty Pizza
Pizzas, available with NY-style thin crusts or Chicago deep-dish crusts, range from 8 to 18 inches and come dusted solely with cheese ($5.27+) or crowned with specialty toppings such as the pepperoni, sausage, ham, bacon, beef, and double cheese of the Stockyard pie ($7.36+). The pineapple and shrimp topped island pie starts at $6.67 apiece, and entrees include Italian staples such as spaghetti marinara ($4.49+) and chicken parmesan ($9.99). See the full menu.
In the midst of ever-multiplying chain eateries, Gabriel's Pizza embraces its status as a mom-and-pop pizza joint. Though the restaurant boasts patio seating and exposed-brick walls, owners Charley and Allen Eisenmenger generally avoid frills and instead focus on perfecting a menu that brings together New York’s thin-crust pizzas and Chicago’s deep-dish pies. Their fresh dough never sees the inside of a freezer or kitchen igloo, and it takes on a whole new layer of taste when chefs coat it with the restaurant's signature sauce. They top specialty pies with USDA-certified meats and produce largely sourced from a Charleston vendor, gracing dough with accessories ranging from classic pepperoni to rich artichoke hearts. The chefs also craft entrees such as baked spaghetti and ravioli.
“Deep dish Chicago style was great and breadsticks were also good. ”
“Very good food! ”
“This is one of the best pizza places in the area!”