Pizza is a party food, much like a piñata stuffed with shrimp. Break out the fun with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$12 for $24 worth of pizza and other casual Italian cuisine
$19 for a pizza meal for two (up to a $43 total value)
- 10-inch deep-dish specialty pizza or two-topping build-your-own pizza (up to an $18 value)
- One appetizer (up to a $9 value)
- Two drinks such as soda, beer, or wine (up to a $16 value)
$29 for a pizza meal for four (up to a $74 total value)
- 12-inch deep-dish specialty pizza or two-topping build-your-own pizza (up to a $24 value)
- Two appetizers (up to an $18 value)
- Four drinks, including soda, beer, or wine (up to a $32 value)
Kylie's Chicago Pizza
Over the course of his pizza-making career, Lance Brough has helped open restaurants from Little Star Pizza in San Francisco to Pi in St. Louis. Many of these have achieved acclaim—President Obama loved the meal he ate at Pi so much that he had its owners come make pizza at the White House, according to the St. Louis Business Journal.
Today, Lance dishes up both thick and thin pies at Kylie's Chicago Pizza—named after his business partner's daughter Kylie. "It's kind of a West Coast version of a Chicago-style pizza," he says of the eatery's signature dish. Though "it's not the heavy, greasy gut bomb" that diners might expect, it does have a deep-dish cornmeal crust, as well as the seasoned, chunky tomato sauce found on Chicago's famous pies. And just as in Chicago, the deep-dish creations take about 30 minutes to bake under an indigenous Midwestern dragon's scorching mouth fires. Piping pies arrive at tables clad in custom toppings or specialty combinations, including the Chicago Classic, which hosts Illinois sausage spiced with sweet fennel, as well as onions, green peppers, and mushrooms.
The staff keeps three local beers on tap at all times, including Fremont Brewing's Interurban IPA and Georgetown Brewing's Manny's pale ale. They also pour area wines, including Pacific Rim's riesling, which Lance says is consistently praised as one of the state's top wines. As they sip, guests can admire local artwork, which is swapped out every two or three months to thwart slow-moving art thieves.
I thought their pizza was great and I finally understand why people go bananas for Deep Dish Pie. It was Uber Delicious.Matt R., Yelp, 8/13/2012
3601 Fremont Ave. N
Seattle, Washington 98103Get Directions