Roulette's Pizza’s talented sauce slingers craft made-to-order pies, the foundations of which come in regular, thin-crust, and gluten-free dough, upon which the staff piles combinations of 15 toppings. Large 14-inch pizzas patiently await topping trios, such as pepperoni, green olives, and pineapple. Feel free to forgo the rigors of building and priming a pie by choosing a specialty pizza worth up to the value of this Groupon, such as a 12-inch taco pizza packed with beef and a three-cheese blend. Or, enjoy a 12-inch bacon-cheeseburger pizza, which, like a house of cards or a writ of certiorari, is exactly what it sounds like. For those with special dietary needs, the kitchen team animates its dedication to gluten-free crusts by keeping and preparing their fixings in a separate and gluten-safe area.
From its humble origins as a soda fountain in 1930s Saint Paul, Green Mill Restaurant and Bar has grown into a franchise with more than 28 locations all over Minnesota and the Midwest. As TV screens blast sports news in the background, patrons at each eatery dine on a menu of classic American and pizzeria fare. Thick, hand-pressed burgers form bunned towers with hefty toppings such as smoked bacon, haystack onions, and chipotle mayo. Families looking to bond can practice fractions on regular, deep-dish, or thin and crispy pizzas or group juggling acts with samplers of 27 juicy wings. In addition to pastas and salads, each location's bar carries a varied drink menu that includes draft beers such as Blue Moon and Samuel Adams alongside wine, martinis, and margaritas.
Family owned since 1961, Broadway Pizza and its accompanying sports bar, the Eagle's Nest Lounge, serve fresh slices and their cool-brew counterparts in an atmosphere perfect for a family meal or a night out. Called the Best Pizza in Town by the Minneapolis Star Tribune, Broadway's dough discs are topped with fresh ingredients that create such cheesy masterpieces as the Broadway Special ($10.49 for personal size) smattered with sausage, veggies, and shrimp. Scoffing at pizza's flat pool of lazily floating toppings, the house-baked lasagna ($9.99) reaches to the sky, buttressed by two pieces of crisp garlic toast, and the caesar salad ($8.99) provides a textural playground for vegivores.