Pizza in Darien

Half Off at 4 Brothers Pizza & Mediterranean Restaurant

Westport

$10 $5

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Four brothers and their Mom fashion Italian pizzas and pastas, as well as classic Greek appetizers and entrees

Up to 50% Off at Ottimo Pizza & Trattoria

White Plains

$40 $20

Spicy meats, mixed veggies, and even mac 'n' cheese top pizzas, which diners can complement with glasses of wine or salads

Up to 52% Off at Gemelli Pizzeria

New Rochelle

$30 $15

Pizzas topped with hot cherry peppers or fresh basil in an elegant dining room with exposed brick walls

Half Off at Sinapi's Pizzeria

Brewster

$22 $11

Antipasto platters, specialty pizzas, and family-style portions of rigatoni or gnocchi sautéed with broccoli rabe and white clam sauce

Half Off at Fifth Avenue Pizza

Pelham

$24 $12

Extensive menu catalogs specialty pizzas such as bacon chicken ranch plus sandwiches, calzones, wings, and pasta entrees

Up to 50% Off at Bella's Pizzeria

Deer Park

$20 $12

Dough is made from scratch each day; pizza, calzones, pasta dishes, burgers, and sandwiches fill the menu, complemented by sweet desserts

Up to 53% Off Pizza at Roslyn Village Pizza

Roslyn

$20 $9.49

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Classic pizzas come out of the oven piping hot with topping such as mushrooms or with a whole-wheat crust, each ready to be devoured

50% Off Pizza at Michael Zachary's - Pizza, Burgers, Ice Cream

Lake Ronkonkoma

$30 $15

In addition to dining on sundaes, pizzas, and burgers, guests can feast on baked pasta, stuffed calzones, baked subs, and authentic gyros

Select Local Merchants

55 Old Kings Hwy N
Darien,
CT
US

The Rocco boys' love for pizza started in the Bronx, where they worked at their father’s pizzerias from a young age. Now, brothers Joe, Mike, and Frank are continuing their family's tradition at 10 locations of their own invention—all flaunting the Planet Pizza name tag.

A man can't build such a pizza universe without some serious pies. But inspiration isn't a problem for the Planet Pizza culinary team, who've molded more than 30 toppings into about 25 specialty circles, all available on gluten-free and whole-wheat crusts. In addition to specialty pizzas, the cooks concoct other menu choices such the compo salad with baby field greens, grape tomatoes, candied walnuts, gorgonzola, and dried cranberries or the buffalo chicken wrap loaded with strips of crispy chicken, lettuce, tomato, spicy wing sauce, and chunky blue cheese dressing are more convincing than Pluto as a mature planet.

882 Post Rd
Darien,
CT
US

Stocked with Italian cuisine since 1960, John the Baker's menu harbors multiple generations of original recipes. Atop doughy platforms crafted with no preservatives, pizza toppings clash to compose delectable moshes such as the Florentine ($14.95 for a medium), which fuses spinach with ricotta cheese and fresh tomatoes. Turkey and cranberry wraps ($7.95) envelop offbeat ingredients, and maritime munchies melt like water thanks to the freshly simmered shrimp and light linguini or rice in the shrimp scampi ($16.95). Other refined flavors include classics such as the New York strip steak ($21.95) and the charcoal broiled hamburger ($8.95).

30 Long Ridge Rd
Stamford,
CT
US

For more than 50 years, Atlantic Pizza’s chefs have painted pastas and pie crusts red with rich marinara and meat sauce. Pizzas can be made atop classic or whole-wheat dough and then further customized with selections from more than 30 toppings. Nineteen specialty pies relieve tough decision making, combining ingredients such as baby clams, garlic, bacon, and peppers (the Clams Casino). The chefs also put special spins on more than 50 sandwiches. They prepare paninis for the grill by layering on grilled chicken, baby spinach, tomato, and feta—a combo that represents the eatery’s Greek ties—and they ready cheeseburgers for encounters with white carpeting by ladling on chili.

221 Atlantic Street
Stamford,
CT
US

The Pasta & Pizza Factory's aged wood paneling, brick archways, and tinted lamps set the scene for a memorable dining experience. At each table, diners can summon servers for more food or keep them at bay to ensure their stomach has ample time to catch its breath. Pasta comes in a variety of shapes and styles, such as linguini with clam sauce (lunch $11.95, dinner $14.95); rigatoni with sausage, peppers, and peas in pink sauce ($9.95, $12.95); and tortilini de la nona, with chicken and artichoke hearts bathing in a cream sauce ($11.95, $14.95). Pizzas are decorated with traditional toppings, such as the meat lover's pizza covered in pepperoni, sausage, meatballs, and chicken (individual $9.95, medium $12.95, large $16.95), as well as unexpected combinations. The Parisian—baby shrimp, mushrooms, sun-dried tomatoes—and Portuguese pizza—onions, green peppers, ham, eggs (both $9.95, $12.95, $16.95)—take taste buds on a tour of Europe, and the Brooklyn Gourmet pizza—diced tomato, fresh mozzarella, fresh basil ($8.50, $11.50, $14.50)—avoids subjecting taste buds to a battery of inoculations. Diners can also use their Groupon value towards all-you-can-eat pizza and pasta: lunch $30 value, dinner $40 value.

70 N Main St
Norwalk,
CT
US

In 2001, the calzones, burgers, gyros, grinders, and cheesy pies that lived in the entrepreneurial dreams of then-college sophomore Mark Kalmanidis escaped and joined forces to create Crossroads Pizza. Inside the eatery, customers can send their tongue shopping for spaghetti and meatballs ($8.50) and their teeth can busily munch fried chicken served with french fries and cole slaw ($10.50). Or, choose to chew into one of the menu's more than 15 specialty pizzas—taste a small white pizza's doughy disc of ricotta, mozzarella, tomatoes, basil, and oregano ($9), visit a medium Hawaiian's ham-pineapple fusion ($12.99), or let a small vegetarian pizza refill your food pouch with an assortment of delicious nonmeats ($9.99).

68 N Main St
Norwalk,
CT
US