Pizza is a treat for all ages, much like a cartoon with lots of innuendo. Savor something saucy with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $19 for one large specialty or three-topping pizza, valid for dine-in at either location ($22.95 value)
- $19 for one large specialty or three-topping pizza and a two-liter soda for carryout from the Downtown location ($25.94 value)
- $19 for one large specialty or three-topping pizza and a two-liter soda for carryout from the Belltown location ($25.94 value)
- See the menu.
The Groupon Bite of Seattle Collection
This deal is part of Groupon’s Bite of Seattle collection. The collection celebrates the Groupon Bite of Seattle, taking place July 18-20, where visitors have the chance not only to peruse more than 80 local restaurants and food producers, but also to help fight food insecurity by supporting Food Lifeline. Through its network of food assistance programs, Food Lifeline distributes 82,000 meals a day to residents of Western Washington facing hunger. To learn more about Food Lifeline and how you can help, check out our Groupon Grassroots campaign here.
The cooks at Romio's Pizza have had nearly 30 years to perfect their craft: making sauce from scratch and tossing homemade dough in traditional, garlic, and whole-wheat flavors. All that practice has also led to a long menu of signature pies. There's the sauce-free Gorgonzola Gourmet, the spicy Kicking Chicken, and of course, the house special, a pizza topped with pepperoni, canadian bacon, mushrooms, peppers, and feta.
That last ingredient speaks to the restaurant's Greek influence, as do the dolmades, gyros, and the certificate of inspection signed by Zeus himself. But Romio's isn't afraid to break from tradition—they have an extensive gluten-free menu, which includes variants on their pasta dishes and paninis.
What some people are buzzing about:
100% of 27 customers recommend
“Great pizza, but I very specifically ordered the whole wheat and got white.”
“Lunch menus is great! Love there Lasagna!”
“None they were really nice”