$10 for $25 Worth of Pizza, Calzones, Salads, and More at Savage Pizza

Avondale Estates & 1 more location

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When ancient berserker warriors needed to snap out of their uncontrollable trance-like fury after a battle, they did so with cheesy, smile-inducing pizza. Today’s Groupon will similarly quell your warrior rage against the modern onslaught of traffic congestion and people texting at the movies. For $10, you get $25 worth of cheese-cradling crust, calzones, salads, and more at Savage Pizza, which slings pies from its locations in Little Five Points and Avondale Estates. This Groupon is not valid with delivery, but is valid with the soon-to-be-developed pizza teleportation device.

Because pizza has no natural predator in the American ecosystem, the ones on Savage Pizza’s menu have been free to cross-breed with indigenous cuisines—leading to Savage Pizza's signature Cajun pizza (roasted chicken, shrimp, andouille sausage, red onions, green peppers, and three cheeses in a spicy red-pepper sauce, $17.25/12" medium) and Greek pizza (feta, artichoke hearts, Greek olives, red onion, fresh spinach, and two cheeses in a garlic tomato sauce, $14/12" medium). If the Mexican, Mai Pai, Bolognese, or Deluxe pies don't tickle your fancy until it presses charges for harassment, you can always build your own pizza ($10.25 for 12" with toppings from $1–$1.50 each) with the maniacal flair of one of the supervillains that adorn the pizzeria's comic book–lined walls.

Savage Pizza also offers several non-circular food items for cylinder aficionados and oval lovers. Specialty calzones ($7.75–$8.75) are available in flavors such as spinach, Mexican, and chicken, while sub sandwiches ($6–$6.50) on white or wheat rolls come in meatball, eggplant parmesan, and cheesesteak varieties, among others. For something healthier, chomp through some vitamin-doused leafage with a Greek ($4.95, deluxe $6.50) or field greens ($2.95) salad. Each Groupon is good for one table, so treat your entire Justice League to a pile of piquant pizza under the approving gaze of Wonder Woman and the Silver Surfer.

Reviews

Knife & Fork has featured Savage Pizza, offering a rave review of its pies:

  • Maybe because we have mellowed with age and no longer feel that a pizza can only be topped with tomatoes, cheese, and the occasional slice of sausage, we love the gourmet angle of the chicken Florentine pizza (garlic white sauce, roasted chicken, fresh spinach, yellow onions, Gruyére, mozzarella, and parmesan)…

Yelpers and Citysearchers alike give the pizzeria a solid four-star rating, while Kudzu users rate it a near-perfect 4.5. Ninety-two percent of Urbanspooners recommend the eatery:

  • Savage pizza makes awesome, fresh and delicious pizza! Love the fact we can order whole wheat crust too! Yum! – hhjoyjoy, Kudzu
  • The pizza there was excellent - we ordered the Cajun both times because it was so good, and the caesar salad was really yummy and has a huge portion. We ordered chicken on the caesar both times and they put lots of chicken breast on top it. The atmosphere is very casual - good for friends or your family... – froodle, Citysearch
  1. A

    Avondale Estates

    115 Laredo Drive

    Avondale Estates, Georgia 30002

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  2. B

    Little Five Points

    484 Moreland Ave.

    Atlanta, Georgia 30307

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In a Nutshell

  • Unique pizza varieties
  • A neighborhood favorite
  • Calzones, salads, and more
  • Good for two locations

The Fine Print

Expires Aug 23rd, 2010. Limit 3 per person, 1 per table or visit. Not valid for delivery. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

All Locations

  • Avondale Estates

    115 Laredo Drive

    Avondale Estates, Georgia 30002

  • Little Five Points

    484 Moreland Ave.

    Atlanta, Georgia 30307

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