$20 for a $25 Game Card and $20 Worth of Eats at GameTown Pizza ($45 Value)

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In a Nutshell

  • Stone-baked pizza
  • Salads, strombolis & more
  • Family-friendly game room
  • Win prizes

The Fine Print

Expires Sep 14th, 2011. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid toward alcohol. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Ninety percent of alleged UFO sightings can be easily explained as falling meteors, swamp-gas reflections, or doughy orbs hurled into orbit by Herculean pizza makers. Enjoy earthbound eats with today's Groupon: for $20, you get a $25 game card and $20 worth of eats at GameTown Pizza on U.S. Highway 281.

GameTown Pizza slings satisfying New York-style pizza amid a family-friendly atmosphere stocked with classic arcade games. The menu boasts sizzling, made-to-order pizzas, appetizers, and other specialties. Crispy, fried green beans ($3.25) and stretchy, warm mozzarella sticks ($5.75) help to mollify growling bellies, and fresh salads such as the bell-pepper- and artichoke-heart-festooned Artichoke ($5.99–$6.99) please veggie-favoring diners or luxury-loving pet rabbits. Dough-kneaders make GameTown’s star discus dishes in house daily, adding a plethora of quality toppings before browning them to a crisp on a 650-degree stone. In addition to the build-your-own pie menu, which allows culinary architects to practice their craft, diners can choose from a list of specialty pizzas, such as the margherita ($18.99 for a 16"), wedding fresh tomato slices and basil with mozzarella, or the texas pepperoni ($19.99 for a 16"), which boasts premium pepperoni and oregano atop cheesy splendor.

In addition to sustaining metabolic processes, stuffed stomachs also act as combustible engines to fuel energetic playtime in GameTown’s game room. The $25 game card grants patrons a chance to partake in heated contests of Dance Dance Revolution, air hockey, and skee-ball—a good opportunity to practice steady-handed mettle or complicated battle cries, and more. Spent guests can visit the prize counter, which accepts hard-won tickets in exchange for myriad rewards.

Reviews

Six Yelpers give GameTown Pizza a four-star average. More than 950 Facebookers like GameTown Pizza.

  • A group of yelpers wandered into GameTown last night in search of pizza and wine happy hour. Some had kids in tow, some just brought their appetite, all had a great time. – Krys T., Yelp, 1/28/11
  • While the atmosphere is definitely child-party-friendly, I definitely enjoyed it as an adult without kids. – Breanne S., Yelp, 1/28/11

GameTown Pizza

Amid GameTown Pizza's mélange of arcade consoles and analog challenges, chefs sculpt dough for New York–style pizzas and ensconce zesty ingredients within calzones and strombolis before baking them golden on sizzling pizza stones. The bustling game room challenges competitors to bouts of air hockey, basketball, and invigorating redemption games, whose ribbons of tickets garner well-earned trips to the prize counter. Party planners can host savory shindigs within the arcade's private party room, whose whimsical yellow walls display flat-screen TVs ideal for celebratory slideshows and virtual-reality birthday cakes alike.

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    Stone Oak

    22906 US Hwy. 281

    Suite 111

    San Antonio, Texas 78258

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