Pizza in Lithia Springs

$30 Worth of Gourmet Pizza, Sides, and Drinks at Brixx Wood Fired Pizza. Two Options Available.

Brixx Wood Fired Pizza

Marietta

$30 $15

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Wood-fired ovens cook specialty pizzas available in 22 different styles, from traditional Italian toppings to fun innovative Thai pizzas

$18 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $15 Worth of Take-Out Pizza at Lucky's NY Style Pizza ($30 Total Value)

Lucky's NY Style Pizza

Lucky's NY Style Pizza

$15 $9

Thin-crust pizzas made with whole milk mozzarella and fresh toppings such as salami, roasted red peppers, and artichoke hearts

Pizza Slice, Daiquiri, and Cover for Two or Four at Flip Flops (Up to 46% Off)

Flip Flops

Midtown

$42 $23

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Tiki bar offers pizza slices and nine variates of daiquiris to enjoy while listening and dancing to live DJ tunes

Pizza and American Food at Super 7 Pizza (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Super 7 Pizza Shoppe

Castleberry Hill

$10 $5

Quick meals such as all-beef hot dogs, pizza, wings, and italian sausage alongside grocery items for on-the-go eating

Pizza, Italian Food, and Drinks at Slice Downtown (45% Off). Two Options Available.

Slice Downtown

Downtown

$20 $11

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New York–style slices dressed up with baked-potato toppings or chicken cordon bleu in a bar with floor-to-ceiling windows and exposed brick

Large Pizza with Appetizer and Drinks for Two at Spin: The Spinning Pie (Up to 48% Off). Two Options Available.

SPIN: The Spinning Pie

Castleberry Hill

$44 $23

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Specialty pies include barbecue chicken, meat lovers, and margherita; craft beers on draft

16-Inch Pizza or Lunch for Two at Urban Pie (Up to 39% Off)

Urban Pie

Kirkwood

$23.25 $15

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Signature pies such as the Grease Monkey pizza, which comes bedecked with bacon, ground beef, pepperoni, and ham

Carryout Pizza Meals at Mama Mia Pizza, Subs, & Wings (Up to 55% Off). Three Options Available.

Mama Mia Pizza, Subs, & Wings

Downtown

$26.20 $15

Large pizzas piled with choice of toppings, paired with salad or garlic bread, Pepsi, and optional wings for easy at-home meals

Two Calzones, Four Pizza Slices, or Two Large Specialty Pizzas at Johnny's Pizza (Up to 50% Off)

Johnny's Pizza

Fayetteville

$22.38 $12

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New York–style pizzas, calzones, and catered meals bring groups together to share a meal

Calzone or Pizza Meal for Two, Two Large Pizzas, or Catered Pizza and Pasta at Johnny's Pizza (Up to 53% Off)

Johnny’s Pizza

Johns Creek

$22.38 $10.99

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New York–style pizzas, calzones, and catered meals bring groups together to share a meal

Food and Drink for Two or Four at Dooley's Southern Stone Pizza Kitchen (Up to 48% Off)

Dooley's Southern Stone Pizza Kitchen

Dacula

$29 $16

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Specialty pies made from scratch, then baked on the stone; calzones, craft beer, and other pizzeria fare

$11 for $20 Worth of Pizza, Breadsticks, and Salads for Carry-Out from Hungry Howie's Pizza

Hungry Howie's Pizza

Columbus

$20 $11

Customers can personalize their pizzas all the way down to the crust, with eight flavor options that include onion, ranch, and garlic herb

$12 for $20 Worth of Pizza, Hoagies, and Pub Snacks at Mellow Mushroom

Mellow Mushroom

Columbus

$20 $12

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Made from dough with natural spring water, pizzas and calzones emerge from stone hearths

Dine-In Pizza Dinner for Two or $15 for $20 Worth of Pizza for Carry-Out from Pizza Schmizza Pub & Grub

Pizza Schmizza Pub & Grub

Auburn

$22.99 $13

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Chefs combine ingredients, such as ground beef, canadian bacon, cilantro, and chopped tomatoes in the Uncle Buck pizza, for creative pies

$11 for $20 Worth of Specialty Pizza at Gabriel's Pizza in Cleveland

(TNSL)Gabriels Pizza

Cleveland

$20 $11

Chefs at the mom-and-pop shop craft pies with thin NY-style crusts or deep-dish Chicago crusts

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With roots that trace back decades to its first location on the Syracuse University campus, it's not surprising that Johnny's Pizza chooses to continue perfecting their New York-style pies here in Georgia. The chefs' hand-tossed dough can be topped with the fresh ingredients of your choosing or made into one of 16 specialty pizzas, including the steak and cheese with onions, mushrooms, and green peppers. Pizza dough also doubles as the shell for calzones and stromboli, while 10.5-inch personal pizzas come in a gluten-free version. Oven-baked subs are layered with meatballs or Italian sausage and pasta dinners feature home-cooked classics such as lasagna and chicken parmigiana, but without the smoke-filled kitchen that comes with so many home-cooked meals.

5140 Jimmy Lee Smith Pkwy
Hiram,
GA
US

Thanks to its diverse dishes and sundry dining settings, The Porch at Collier wears many hats. There's its traditional dining room, where romantic couples luxuriate in the dinner menu's delicate pastas and house-smoked chicken amid plum-colored drapes and flower-topped tables. There's the lounge, which surrounds friends with wicker lamps and leafy plants as they revel in televised sports and sip one of 12 draft beers, and the café, whose neon-lined walls peppered with framed photographs create a classy atmosphere in which to savor the late-night menu. Finally, there's the eatery's namesake—an expansive rooftop porch—lined with wooden tables—that lets diners enjoy gourmet lunchtime fare or attempt to topple Icarus' record for getting close to the sun. Each of the restaurant's contemporary American creations is crafted with local, sustainable ingredients and a minimal dependence on artificial preservatives, ensuring that dining experiences are both decadent and eco-friendly.

1201 Collier Rd NW
Atlanta,
GA
US

Crescent Avenue in Atlanta’s Midtown is a great little row of restaurants and bars, with a full range of options from Irish pubs to upscale seafood. On the most casual end of the scale is a Florida beach-themed spot called Flip Flops. There is a pizza kitchen offering pies or pretzels, but it’s best to show up at Flip Flops later in the evening for drinks with friends instead. If Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville (the song or the restaurant) puts a smile on your face, then you will feel right at home at Flip Flops, with its tiki island décor and patio seating. There’s ample space to meet up with friends for a drink before heading to one of the destination restaurants on Crescent Avenue, but beware: Flip Flops does have a serious frat party reunion vibe. Just go with the flow and you should have a great time.

1140 Crescent Ave NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

Visiting Bone Lick BBQ is as much about the experience as it is about the food. Inside, a skee-ball machine from 1945 stands alongside classic tabletop arcade games, and old school rock n' roll spins atop a record player (patrons can even bring in their own vinyl and get a complimentary PBR for their effort). Further entertainment comes in the form of TVs above the bar and the occasional live act, including comedy every Wednesday evening.

Even with such a fun, laid-back atmosphere, the food still shines at Bone Lick. Its chefs rub beef, pork, and chicken in secret spice blends, then cook them for hours on end over hickory and pecan woods. While the meat cooks, the chefs stay extremely busy—they make everything on their menu from scratch every day.

They bake corn bread, braise collards in pork, and blend jalapeños into mac 'n' cheese. They also whip up homemade pickles and cider slaw to lay atop pulled-pork sandwiches on griddled texas toast. Even the cotton candy, funnel cakes, and Granny Pearl's pecan pie are made in-house, though no one knows how Ms. Pearl keeps sneaking into the kitchen unnoticed.

At the bar, which is made from recycled shipping pallets, mixologists concoct creative cocktails, such as bacon old-fashions. They also send out crisp Georgia drafts and American-crafted whiskies.

1133 Huff Rd NW
Atlanta,
GA
US

Vespucci’s Pizza and Pasta is a great lunch spot in Midtown Atlanta for anyone craving real New York-style pizza. Located close to the Woodruff Arts Center, the small, casual eatery also makes for a convenient place to fill up before or after a trip to the High Museum, or on a break from work. They blend their own sauces in-house, and infuse the flavors into everything from pizza and pasta to calzones and panini. In warmer weather, there are a few patio tables out front, with a faux-rustic indoor atmosphere that’s heavy on black and white photographs and old Italian signage. There’s a lot to be proud of here: Vespucci’s is still family-run after more than fifteen years, and remains one of the few proudly un-corporate establishments left on Peachtree Street. It also works well as a place to meet up with friends for a drink after work.

1389 Peachtree St NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

Pie slingers at Romeo’s Pizza twirl their ‘za from scratch, piling dough made in-house with red sauce and toppings such as garlic, ground beef, meatballs, and sundried tomatoes. The small chain of cozy neighborhood joints has purveyed New York–style pizza since 1945, when delivery boys first started using hovercrafts. Its unfussy menu includes hearty appetizers such as cheese bread or fried ravioli, alongside healthy salads in vegetarian or meaty iterations. Those who opt not to build their own pies can go in for one of three chef-crafted incarnations—margherita, spinach and mushroom, or vegetarian, sold by the slice or in 12-inch or 16-inch rounds.

75 Piedmont Avenue Northeast
Atlanta,
GA
US