Purveying pizzas and subs is a family affair for the friendly staffers at Flyers, who have been offering patrons saucy circulars and savory sandwiches since 1976. Like the devastating barrage of cake and ice cream that the Air Force drops on other countries during their birthday, The Bomber signature pizza bombards unsuspecting tasters with palatable flavors, particularly its combination of provolone cheese, mushroom, green peppers, and a gathering of meats ($7.99 for stromboli, $13.99 for 11"; $17.49 for 13"; $19.99 for 15"). Peruse pizza and sandwich options here.
Joseppi's award-winning pies cover the Columbus region like plentiful toppings and melted provolone cover a pizza. Introduce teeth and tongue to The Topper, a house specialty loaded with little pepperonis, provolone, and grated cheeses ($12.99 for a 13"). The Joseppi's Favorite is topped with fresh, house-made italian sausage, cheese, pepperoni, mushrooms, and peppers ($13.49 for a 13"), while The Veggie floods flat disks with the earth's crunchy bounty ($13.49 for a 13"). In addition to plentiful pies, a wealth of subs and salads awaits those wishing to diversify their edible geometry. Today's Groupon is valid for dine-in, carryout, or delivery, ensuring flavorful fare is provided for any family dinner or car-based food fight.
The mozzarella-mongers at Grandstand Pizza hand-toss and stone-bake piping-hot pizza pies and hand-pack 16 tongue-tantalizing subs. Mouths can catch a deluxe dough disk lavished in pepperoni, Italian sausage, mushrooms, green peppers, and onions ($8.65+), or demolish a Chicago-style deep dish, oozing with layers of gooey mozzarella and accented with bite-size portraits of the Daley family ($7.95+). The Grandslam sub's crusty bun embraces five meats, three cheeses, and two vegetables ($6.25), and the vegi pleases meat-abstaining palates with a garden's worth of vegetables watered in creamy Italian dressing ($4.95). A panoply of desserts, including warm brownie bites ($3.75), induces smiles better than an upside-down giraffe.
Generations of the Morone family can always be found at their namesake restaurant tucked within the Bethel Centre. Grandchildren tend to the front of the house hosting and serving guests while Grandpa Morone acts as an unofficial taste tester in the kitchen. But it’s at the eatery’s tables that diners will truly feel the Morone love as they dig into hearty, homemade Italian entrees, from ricotta-stuffed shells and meatball subs to Sicilian-style pizzas crowned with imported romano cheese.
If you ever called nonna's cooking casual, you’d wind up with a wooden spoon cracked across your backside. Not the case at Rotelli in Gahanna, a proud to be formality-free Italian restaurant with a menu that would still make grandma proud. Pull up a chair at the family-friendliest table with today’s deal: for $9, you get $20 toward your bill at Rotelli. Your Groupon is only good for dine-in, forcing you to suffer through the restaurant’s inviting and friendly atmosphere.
Expert pie tossing and fresh ingredients catapult Romeo’s Pizza into the upper echelons of dough-centric fare. The menu's resident pizzas—ranging from 9-inch bundles of joy ($7.99+ plus $1.50/topping) to full-sheet behemoths ($24.99+ plus $4/topping) perfect for parties with enough space to compose an entire ode to a birthday boy or girl—can be custom-constructed with any combination of six sauces and more than 20 toppings. Patrons preferring demolition without construction can choose one of Romeo’s specialty pies, including Dante’s Peak, a mouth-wowing mountain of sausage, banana peppers, onions, tomatoes, and pepperoni ($15.99 for 12") that fearlessly scales the heights of flavor without recourse to sauce sherpas or pepperoni pack mules. Subs, wings, and crusty-gooey strombolis and calzones ($7.99) further douse the flames of hunger in savory sauces and cheese.