A large pizza is the perfect meal for a family to enjoy together, but is more often a meal for one man to enjoy alone. You're not alone when you're with pizza with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Pizzeria Cuisine
The menu includes a starter of Warden's Sweet Tooth vanilla-sweet-potato fries ($4.99), a Jailhouse Deluxe pizza with pepperoni, sausage, mushroom, and olives ($12.99-$20.99), a Prisoner's Last Request pizza with any six toppings between two crusts ($20.99-$23.99), or a freshly baked lasagna with a side of garlic bread ($6.99).
Though ghosts may or may not still haunt the halls of the old Meade County Jail, the ambrosial scent of pizza certainly fills the air, drawing living visitors to the ancient hoosegow. Housed in a weathered brick early 20th-century building that once famously locked up Hank Williams Sr., Jailhouse Pizza surrounds its guests with rich history. Its rickety metal cell doors and old-school vintage advertisements mingle with the wanted posters, faded photographs, and antique appliances such as 2009 cell phones found throughout the restaurant. Toppings such as classic pepperoni, olives, or sausage dot the landscapes of pizzas, as well as inventive flourishes such as spicy buffalo sauce, baked spaghetti, or sliced fried chicken. Tangy marinara and creamy cheese meld in oven-baked calzones and Stromboli, examples of the eatery's many Italian options.
A playfully spooky atmosphere permeates space, whether there's a birthday party with a private sleepover amid the century-old jail cells or a hunt for clues of the mysterious resident ghost, Bigsby. The Prisoner's Pardon Pizza Challenge dares truly courageous visitors to participate in a 60-minute two-person race to finish a 30-inch pizza, with winners earning a free meal and their picture on the coveted Hall of Fame.
95% of 402 customers recommend
“We like going through the week where its not as crowded.”
“service is ok, our server was impolite, bordering on rude but she did check our table frequently, pizza is good, it's worth going once.”