Pizza in Hemet

Carry-Out Pizza from Papa Joe's Pizza (Up to 53% Off). Two Options Available.

Papa Joe's Pizza

La Sierra South

Subs, salads, calzones, and pizzas such as the Deluxe pie with pepperoni, ham, canadian bacon, sausage, mushrooms, and green peppers

$20 $11

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Vegan and Meat-Lover Pizzas or Family Pizza Package at Cheezy Pizza (Up to 42% Off). Three Options Available.

Cheezy Pizza

Colton

Pizzeria uses soy meats and Daiya cheeses for six specialty vegan pizzas; meat lover pizzas come piled with buffalo chicken and chorizo

$20 $14

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$9 for Two Groupons, Each Valid for $10 Worth of Pizza, Salads, Sides, and Drinks at Road House Pizza ($20 Value)

Road House Pizza

Crestline

Pies with traditional toppings such as sausage and pepperoni served alongside garden salads, barbecue chicken wings, and cinnamon puffs

$10 $4.50

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$13 for $25 Worth of Pizzeria Food for Deilvery or Weekday Lunch at Stuft Pizza

Stuft Pizza

San Clemente

Homemade sauce and dough define Stuft Pizza’s pies, which the chefs have been serving up since 1976

$25 $13

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Extra-Large Pizza Meal or $10 for $20 Worth of Carryout at Giovanni's Pizza

Giovanni's Pizza

Ontario

Eatery dishes out cuisine such as lasagna, mexican pizza, italian roast beef, hot wings, and a fried eggplant sandwich with sauce and cheese

$20 $10

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Pizza for Takeout or Pizza Meal with Salad and Drinks at Lamppost Pizza and Backstreet Brewery (Up to 57% Off)

Lamppost Pizza and Backstreet Brewery

Irvine

Diners sip award-winning craft beer and munch hand-tossed pizza while watching live sports; a game room with prizes keeps kids entertained

$20 $10

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Individual Pizzas and Drinks at The Spot Cafe (Up to 44% Off)

The Spot Cafe

Claremont

Pair cups of coffee or fresh juices with individual pizzas topped with spicy chipotle chicken, eggplant hummus, or mozzarella and basil

$24 $14

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Pizza at Canyon Pizza (Up to 50% Off). Four Options Available.

Canyon Pizza

Yorba Linda

Pizzas topped with ingredients like homemade meatballs, hot wing sauce, and pepperonchini, plus toasted subs, salads, and homemade cookies

$20 $10

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$24 for a Pizza Meal with Wings, Salad, Dessert, and Beer at PBW Pizza Beer Wings ($39.95 Value)

PBW Pizza Beer Wings

Downtown Pomona

Salami, jalapenos, and even pickles dress medium pizza, which pairs with beer and sides

$39.95 $24

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$11 for $20 Worth of Pan-Style Pizzas, Calzones, and Appetizers at Brizio's Pizza

Brizio's Pizza

French Court

Spicy buffalo wings and pizzas topped with fresh meats and veggies pair with wine or imported beer atop red-checkered tabletops

$20 $11

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$18 Towards Take-Out or Large Two-Topping Pizza, One Large Salad, and Four Sodas at Combo's Pizza (Up to 35% Off)

Combo's Pizza

Fullerton

Take home your favorite pie, or dine in for a meal of one large two-topping pizza, a large salad, and four sodas

$22.48 $14.50

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Select Local Merchants

Armed with recipes from their Sicilian family members, Larry and Rose Lepley opened their first Mama Rose’s Pizzeria in Huntingdon Beach in 1976—partly with the help of kids from the neighborhood, who cleaned and painted in exchange for pizza. After the unassuming restaurant began to win local awards, the Lepleys and their five children opened a second location. Their son Joe eventually took over the business, moving the bustling pizza joint to Murrieta, where it continues to serve the same family recipes it has since the beginning. Mama Rose's took first place in the Press-Enterprise's 2012 Readers' Choice Awards for Best Slice of Pizza—a slice available with a traditional sturdy Sicilian crust or with a gluten-free base. In addition to meatballs, sausage, and olives, diners can also add ingredients such as breaded eggplant, cashews, and salami.

Beyond pizza, there are toasted sandwiches, pasta dinners, and breadsticks topped with house-made garlic butter and kisses blown from an Italian grandmother. A more recent additiion to the menu is a selection of wines from Leoness Cellars in Temecula, chosen to pair well with such desserts as a sticky apple pizza and New York–style cheesecake.

39621 Los Alamos Rd
Murrieta,
CA
US

At Maxx Pizza Co., the staff members aren't the only cooks in the kitchen. Every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., kids get in on the pizza-making process with a kitchen tour and the chance to build their own personal pizza for lunch. The family-friendly restaurant's kids' menu also features chicken nuggets and spaghetti to feed hungry youngsters after they play in the game room.

Flat-screen TVs, like the paintings covering the holes Napoleon punched into the Louvre's walls, are mounted on the wall, and they light up with local games while diners split gourmet pies. Hand-tossed regular crusts or gluten-free crusts form the foundations for freshly made pizzas such as Paul's pesto with artichoke hearts and fresh garlic or the thin-crust bruschetta pie with olive oil, tomato, basil, and balsamic vinegar. Chicken-wing appetizers dipped in housemade spicy sauce pair with sandwiches served open-faced on garlic bread.

41539 Kalmia St, Ste 109
Murrieta,
CA
US

Xiomara Hall has been described as a "fast-talking woman with the giant personality and charm to match her even bigger foodie swag" by Inland Empire Weekly critic Nancy Powell. Hall comes by her culinary skills honestly—born in Puerto Rico, she was raised with the Caribbean flavors of her family's tropical cooking. When she moved to the United States, she soon discovered southern barbecue. Heavily influenced by the melding of these two worlds, she gives a taste of her personal history to diners each day at Tropical BBQ. "My life story is in that jerk sauce," Hall says of one of her five mojo sauces.

These sauces—including chimichurri (basil), spicy jerk pineapple, and jalapeño relish—add the finishing touches to plates that fuse the flavors of Puerto Rico, Cuba, Jamaica, St. Croix, and the American South. Hall pairs slow-cooked beef brisket, pineapple-jerk chicken and Puerto Rican pasteles with sides such as yucca fries or rice and beans. Her juicy ribs and tri-tips arrive fresh from the smoker to pair up with tropical refreshments including passionfruit juice, pineapple soda, coconut water, and mango juice.

26884 Margarita Rd.
Murrieta,
CA
US

Great food and fast service – those are the things that sum up Red Maple Pizza as best as possible! And if an eatery is good at that, there is nothing more. Or is there? At Red they go one step further to bring the customers the yummiest, cheesiest, freshest pizzas there can be. The thick, homemade dough they use gives the best chewy crust to munch on and a soft, delicious center. There are a variety of topics to suit even the most demanding of tastes and the prices are beyond reasonable. If you’re looking for a mom and pop shop to make your next favorite pick-up point, we suggest you look no further. There’s no other place that has taken it upon itself to make sure all the pizzas get enough cheese…and a little extra.

25045 Red Maple Ln
Moreno Valley,
CA
US

Though much in the world has changed since Papa Joe's Pizza opened in 1989, they've been crafting their pizzas from the exact same recipe all this time. As bowling balls send pins clattering inside Universal Strike Bowling Center, where the pizzeria calls home, players settle in to share pizzas such as the hulking 28-inch pie big enough to slice into 54 pieces or to use as a shawl.

23750 Alessandro Boulevard
Moreno Valley,
CA
US

Continuing the Italian tradition of pizza al taglio (pizza by the slice), Pizzeria Venti hand-tosses a handful of oven-baked, circular pies teeming with trans-fat-free toppings. Like a repertory theater, Venti's homespun crust acts as a stage for more than 20 pizza performances. The pillowy crusts are pedestals for varieties such as house-made italian sausage, seasoned with fennel, fresh basil, and herbs ($3.50 for a slice) or chicken vesuvio which touts a roasted breast of chicken, mushrooms, black olives and garlic ($4.75 per slice). Though pizza prevails as Venti's main attraction, the menu is also stocked with baked pastas ($6.50+), salads ($6+), and soups ($3+) to create a culinary lineup that is more well-rounded than a reconstructed Humpty Dumpty.

40335 Winchester Road
Temecula,
CA
US