Pizza is ubiquitous in American culture, thanks solely to its ability to double as a fraction calculator. Indulge in a numerator with this Groupon.
$8 for $16 Worth of Pizza, Italian Food, and Drinks
The menu includes specialty pizzas such as the spicy hawaiian with canadian bacon, pineapple, jalapeño, and a housemade spicy sauce ($14.49 for a 12”), as well as pasta such as the baked mostaccioli ($7.40), and sandwiches including a BLT ($6.35) and a salami and cheese ($6.35).
Mr. Bigg's Pizza
Three crusts are the foundation of the experience at Mr. Bigg’s Pizza. St. Louis–style thin crust can support pies such as the mexican with its seasoned beef, diced green pepper, and a specially blended sauce. Thick crust can burden the load of the Bigg’s meat pizza and all its sausage, hamburger, pepperoni, and bacon toppings. And the kicker, hand-tossed New York–style pizza, might sport the toppings of the veggie pizza—mushrooms, onions, green peppers, black olives, and tomatoes.
Though the pizza roster forms the central pillar of the menu, it’s not alone. Pasta dishes, such as baked mostaccioli and lasagna, complement non-Italian food, including a chicken bacon ranch sandwich. And drinks contrast the pizza selection, too. From draft and bottled beer to wine and specialty cocktails, the libation list has thirsty throats covered.
If guests would rather not stare at one of the big-screen TVs that adorn a wall in each dining room, they can eat their pasta and sip their wine on the patio where picnic tables and a fish-populated fountain surround cobblestone walkways.
What some people are buzzing about:
“food is great, a little pricey, wait staff needs more help”
“We ate outside and it was very enjoyable.”
“The new manager is much easier to deal with than the previous one.”