Pizzas are easy to share because they come sliced into even portions and rarely include responsibility as a topping. Chow down evenly with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$16 for a pizza meal for two (up to a $32.79 total value)
- One 12-inch specialty pizza to share (up to a $19.79 value)
- Two 16-ounce pints of draft beer, glasses of house wine, or sodas (up to a $6.50 value each)
$25 for a pizza meal for four (up to a $62.78 total value)
- One 16-inch specialty pizza to share (up to a $26.79 value)
- One appetizer (up to a $9.99 value)
- Four 16-ounce pints of draft beer, glasses of house wine, or sodas (up to a $6.50 value each).
The menu includes the specialty 16-inch quesadilla pizza with peppers and southwestern sauce and appetizers, such as bacon-stuffed jalapeño poppers. The draft beer selection includes brews from Two Brothers, Three Floyds, and other breweries.
Jerseys Pizza and Grill
Owner Gregg Majewski doesn’t call Jerseys a sports bar—he prefers to think of it as a “sports restaurant.” A fleet of 35 high-definition flat screens and two 6'x10' screens project in-the-moment sports action, and etched glass murals depict all manners of contests from track and field to basketball to Greco-Roman thumb wrestling. The lengthy menu of signature sandwiches, pizzas, and entrees is what differentiates Majewski's eatery from a simple bar with a cable connection.
Three types of potato skins cover spuds with bacon, pico de gallo, and house sauces, and 11 types of sauce douse wings in innovative flavors such as Coca-Cola and spiced honey chipotle. On specialty pizzas, grilled chicken, homemade sausage, and stir-fried veggies cover specialty pizzas paired with creamy tomato and southwestern sauces. Families wash down suppers with fountain sodas, while adults nurse house wine and beer from independent breweries such as Two Brothers and Three Floyds. Diners can also peruse the menu of catered fare ideal for parties, business meetings, or training before the Olympics of competitive eating.