Pizza in Elmwood

45% Off Pizza and Bar Food at Happy Tap

Happy Tap

West Allis

$20 $11

Neighborhood bar serves thin-crust pizza and garlic, cheesy, and pizza bread while games play on flat-screen televisions in the background

Up to 50% Off Pizza at Tarantino

Tarantino

Fairview

$31 $16

Shrimp and black olive specialty pizza highlights a menu of pizzas, pasta, hot sandwiches, and appetizers

$11 for Italian Food at Joey Buona’s Pizzeria & Restaurant

Joey Buona's

Juneau Town

$20 $11

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Italian eatery serves up family-style dishes such as oven-baked rigatoni, baked lasagna, and traditional thin-crust style pizza

Up to 46% Off from Upper Crust Pizza

Upper Crust Pizza

Estabrook Park

$23.58 $13

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Gooey mozzarella, feta, and romano cheese and marinara, barbecue, and alfredo sauce join a selection of meats and veggies atop golden crusts

Up to 60% Off at Michaleno's Pizzeria

Michaleno's Pizzeria

Inside Paradise Plaza

$20 $10

Family run pizzeria makes double-crust stuffed pizzas and specialty pies, such as gyro pizza, along with wings and fried fish buckets

Nick-N-Willy's Pizza – 50% Off

Nick-N-Willy's Pizza

River Crossing

$24 $12

Classic pizza combinations abound, but there's also Greek-influenced feta-topped Aegean, Canadian Chicken Club, and barbecue-chicken variety

Up to 54% Off at Rocky's Pizzeria

Rocky's Pizzeria

Lindenhurst

$21.72 $10

Bite into your choice of three appetizers, such as chicken fingers, tater tots, and fried shrimp, plus handmade cheese pizzas

35% Off Pizza Delivery or Takeout at Mike's Pizza

Mike's Pizza

Gages Lake

$10 $6.50

Create your own deep dish or hand tossed pizza from 15 toppings, 3 crust flavors, and sauces such as alfredo or barbecue

Up to 49% Off at Mancino's Pizza & Grinders

Mancino's Pizza & Grinders

Multiple Locations

$21.48 $11

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Sandwiches from meatball subs to Cuban grinders; pizzas decorated with gyro meat, feta, and other adventurous toppings

Papa John's – Up to 55% Off Pizza 

Papa John's

Multiple Locations

$26 $12

Hand-tossed thin- or original-crust pizzas with thick cloaks of sauce made from California-grown tomatoes

40% Off Pizza Package at Jet's Pizza

Jet's Pizza in Wheeling

Wheeling

$29.93 $18

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Crispy crust & gooey cheese ferry fresh toppings into stomachs on five-topping 8 Corner Pizza accompanied by an order of Deep Dish Bread

48% Off Pizza at Lou's Pizza Factory

Lou's Pizza Factory

Arlington Heights

$32.45 $17

Pizza topped with the topping of your choice such as green pepper or sausage; mozzarella sticks, breaded eggplant, and onion ring appetizers

36% Off at Wayne's Pizza

Wayne's Pizza

Arlington Heights

$25 $16

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Since 1964, Wayne's has used secret family recipes and fresh ingredients to craft high-quality pizzas, pasta, and classic Italian dishes

45% Off Pizza and Burgers at CravePizza

CravePizza

Mount Prospect

$20 $11

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Wings dressed in five types of sauce ready appetites for thin-, pan-, or stuffed-crust pizzas, chicken caesar salad & bacon-topped burgers

Up to 47% Off at Dahmen's Pizza Place

Dahmen's Pizza Place

Madison

$25.45 $14

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Guests dine on pizzas topped with basil, Italian sausage, mushrooms, and Canadian bacon, sided with draft beers and breadsticks

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Rosati’s Pizza's history dates back to the early 1900s, when a recent Italian immigrant named Ferdinand Rosati moved from New York to Chicago with the dream of opening a restaurant. His first attempt was modest—with Ferdinand simultaneously fulfilling the duties of chef, server, dishwasher, and host—but quickly gained popularity for its crispy-thin-crust pizzas, originally served as complimentary appetizers. Encouraged by the public's response to the pies, Ferdinand and his son, Sam, decided to focus their efforts on opening a true pizzeria.

Today, at Rosati's Pizza locations across the country, plumes of heat swirl above piping-hot pies concocted from handmade sauce and dough. A smattering of toppings cling to five crust options—crispy thin, double dough, Chicago-style, pan, and superstuffed—as well as hide from their hungry predators inside hand-rolled calzones. Homemade lasagna and fettuccine alfredo battle for the top pasta spot, and fried chicken, baby back ribs, and fried-shrimp dinners work together to distract diners from hard-to-resist buffalo wings.

17565 W North Ave Brookfield WI
Brookfield,
WI
US

Lauded in a review by the Journal-Sentinel, Vino Cappuccino invites guests to leisurely nosh on piping-hot pizzas, crispy flatbreads, fresh salads, and sip from the well-appointed menu of more than 100 wines. The California-, South American-, and Italian-heavy wine list lovingly embraces a few Wisconsin varietals, including the cheese-complementing Wollersheim white riesling ($7). Stomachs will persistently petition for the zucchini frites, long cuts of breaded zucchini served with marinara and garlic aioli ($5.99). Lunchtime loungers can snack on the roasted-beet salad, which mixes spring greens with goat cheese, toasted walnuts, and white-wine vinaigrette ($12.99). Satiate cravings for mushrooms with the portobello sandwich, a ciabatta roll bloated with grilled portobello, provolone cheese, spinach, onions, tomato, and garlic aioli ($7.99). End your edible expedition with the decadent crème brûlée ($4.99) or a cheese plate served with crusty crostini ($8.99). Vino Cappuccino’s casual atmosphere makes it the ideal setting for a romantic dinner for two or for sipping an espresso and reading a book without interruption from chainsaw-wielding librarians.

2848 N Brookfield Rd
Brookfield,
WI
US

Aside from being a premier venue for watching sports, Saloon on Calhoun is a bacon utopia with a daily all-you-can-eat bacon happy hour, bacon-infused vodka, and a menu of bacon-accented pub classics. Widescreen TVs speckle the wooden walls throughout, allowing patrons to catch game replays and Martha Stewart knitting segments from the bar, pool tables, or Internet jukebox. As darts bust cork, thin-crust pizzas present guests with slatherings of homemade sauces and bacon burgers, wraps, and beer-battered fish emit puffs of steam in solidarity with the ears of infuriated cartoon characters. In addition to weekly trivia, karaoke, and live blues events, a fully stocked bar with 15 craft beers tests the limits of patrons' tolerance for fun.

17000 W Capitol Dr
Brookfield,
WI
US

A kaleidoscopic range of colorful packages dots the shelves at A Gluten Free Frenzy, bearing labels from more than 300 brands including Udi’s, Pacific Natural Foods, and The Cravings Place. The knowledgeable staff helps visitors navigate an array of products, including nonperishables and frozen foods, all designed to add variety to shoppers' gluten-free meals. The expanding selection includes innovative wheat replacements such as rice, tapioca, potato, quinoa, teff, and sorghum. Alongside beers, varied frozen breads, granolas, and baking mixes beg to be included in meals. A Gluten Free Frenzy's café fills with chatter fueled by muffins, cupcakes, sandwiches, and pizzas, which can be crafted without the traditional layer of dairy products and pictures from the chef’s vacation.

20101 W Bluemound Rd
Brookfield,
WI
US

For 37 years, chefs at Open Hearth have stoked wood-grilled fires, searing steaks, ribs, and seafood alongside authentic German dishes that celebrate their cultural roots. Evolving over the years, the menu now lists traditional favorites such as baby back ribs ($24) alongside updated classics including pan-seared duck ($25), served with a refreshing pomegranate-lingonberry glaze and mushroom-and-scallion wild rice. A flavorful house specialty, the 12-ounce prime rib ($25) delivers punches of tender, slow-roasted flavor directly to taste buds. Breaking from tradition, the lightly-breaded wiener schnitzel paired with linguini tossed in a garlic white-wine sauce then topped with parmesan cheese and parsley sates cravings for international eats, and chefs even add a twist to the steadfast burger ($10), eschewing beef in favor of a sweet mix of ground brisket, short ribs, and smoked chorizo. Pair your selection with a bottle of wine or pitcher of Sprecher amber beer before wanderlusting palates end their feast-time foray in the sweet peaks of meringue in Schaum torte ($5) or transport to the tropics of Ireland at the first spoon of Bailey's chocolate mousse ($6), wrapped in orange lace tuile and complemented with banana gelato and pistachio crème anglaise.

2930 N 117th St
Milwaukee,
WI
US

Bluemound Gardens’ kitchen staff whips up a diverse array of offerings including homemade soups and pastries, and puts its twist on American classics such as ribs, burgers, and baked and broiled seafood. The eatery prides itself on a casual family dining atmosphere with a focus on customer service. Flat-panel big-screen televisions in the bar area showcase football games on Sundays, and the staff hosts a Mexican-themed night on Wednesdays. The Wauwatosa icon is open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

11811 W Bluemound Rd
Wauwatosa,
WI
US