Pizza in Malden

$15 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Pizza, Paninis, and Roll-Ups at Angora Café ($30 Value)

Angora Café

Coolidge Corner

Cooks at European-style café focus on Mediterranean and Italian flavors in dishes such as hummus-filled roll-ups and meatball-topped pizzas

$10 $5

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Pizza and American Food at Pan Roma Pizza (Up to 60% Off). Six Options Available.

Pan Roma Pizza

Coolidge Corner

Pizzas topped in ingredients such as Buffalo chicken; philly steak; sauteed mushrooms and grilled chicken; or barbecue pulled pork

$25 $10

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Italian Food at Waterboro House of Pizza (Up to 45% Off). Two Options Available.

Waterboro House of Pizza

Waterboro

Pizzas made from scratch, pastas, and parmesan subs

$40 $22

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Gourmet Pizza at Flying Saucer Pizza Company (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Flying Saucer Pizza Company

Downtown Salem

After making the dough each morning, pizza pros hand stretch the dough before topping it was fresh, seasonal ingredients

$30 $16.50

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Pizza and Soda at Pizzigando Cafe (Up to 49% Off). Three Options Available.

Pizzigando Cafe

Sharon

Customizable pizzas arrive laden with traditional or inventive toppings alongside two-liters of soda

$31.45 $17

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$20 for Two Groupons, Each Good for One Large Pizza with Up to Seven Toppings at Papa John's (Up to $43.64 Value)

Papa John's

Multiple Locations

Hand-tossed thin- or original-crust pizzas with thick cloaks of sauce made from California-grown tomatoes and up to seven toppings

$21.82 $10

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One or Two 12" Pizzas or One-Year Around the World Pizza Membership at Foodee's (Up to 57% Off)

Foodee's

Milford

One-year memberships get you a pizza per month inspired by different regions, such as the greek pizza, taco pizza, and reuben pizza

$18.59 $8

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Select Local Merchants

An edible emporium of eatability, Nonni's Pizza serves a tongue-tantalizing menu of piping-hot pies smothered in vine-ripened tomato sauce and fresh Italian cheeses. Chomp into the BBQ bacon cheeseburger pie ($13.99/large), crowned with barbeque-sauce-marinated meatballs and crispy strips of bacon, or ward off clingy vampires with Nonni's Favorite ($13.99/large), which comes smothered in white sauce, breaded chicken, broccoli, garlic, and olive oil. End any eating expedition with the sweet delight of cinnamaple sticks ($3.99), breadsticks doused in cinnamon, sugar, and maple syrup. The technologically advanced pizzeria features online ordering courtesy of a pedal-operated computer powered by horses.

1 Highland Ave
Malden,
MA
US

Michael Falzone is so steeped in Italian culinary traditions that his name rhymes with "calzone." It's been his plight since 1978, when his father opened John's Pizza. Since that time, Michael has made sure that the process for creating each hand-tossed pie hasn't changed much. He still uses his father's recipes for the dough and tomato sauce, and his staff shreds the cheese daily to ensure freshness. Calzones, oven-baked subs, and pastas round out this old-school Italian menu, which also features handy icons, such as a red pepper to indicate spicy items and a thumbs up to designate the most popular choices.

8 Central Ave
Chelsea,
MA
US

Michael Falzone is so steeped in Italian culinary traditions that his name rhymes with "calzone." It's been his plight since 1978, when his father opened John's Pizza. Since that time, Michael has made sure that the process for creating each hand-tossed pie hasn't changed much. He still uses his father's recipes for the dough and tomato sauce, and his staff shreds the cheese daily to ensure freshness. Calzones, oven-baked subs, and pastas round out this old-school Italian menu, which also features handy icons, such as a red pepper to indicate spicy items and a thumbs up to designate the most popular choices.

8 Central Ave.
Chelsea,
MA
US

The dough wizards at Papa John's hand toss circular masterpieces with original and thin crusts made from high-protein flour to support warm bouquets of toppings. Hand-cut produce crowns all of Papa John's pizzas, mingling with the sun-soaked sweetness of sauce made from fresh, California-grown tomatoes. By adhering to its brand promise of "better ingredients, better pizza," Papa John's grew from a back-tavern pizzeria into more than 3,500 restaurants within three decades' time, or the amount of time it takes to grow a single pizzeria from a small seed.

55 American Legion Hwy
Revere,
MA
US

Sacco’s Bowl Haven

Sacco’s Bowl Haven was one of many candlepin bowling alleys the Sacco family opened in the first half of the twentieth century. Not much has changed since that day in 1939 when the alley first opened its doors: the lanes are still smooth and polished, and the pins are still neatly poised in clusters of ten. The only difference today is the presence of Flatbread Somerville, who took over the alley to ensure that the only rumbling in Sacco’s comes from pins, not stomachs. Their flatbread pizzas are made from 100% organically grown dough and then baked to a crisp in wood-fired ovens. Between frames, bowlers can feast on pies topped with smoked free-range pork shoulder, fresh organic rosemary, and organic tomato sauce made in a wood-fired cauldron, all the while toasting local draft beers to high-scores, good times, and shared shoe sizes.

45 Day Street
Somerville,
MA
US

Featured by Billy Costa on the show TV Diner, on which Costa calls the restaurant a landmark and a legend, Prince Pizzeria has been slinging sauce over pies for half a century. Beneath the unmistakable soaring model of the Leaning Tower of Pisa, owners Steven and Trisha Castraberti oversee a menu piled with homemade marinara and pies lauded as the Best Pizza of the North Shore. Diners bite into specialty pies such as the greek, whose spinach and feta cheese combine with black olives and tomatoes ($15.95), or the primavera, on which eggplant and roasted red peppers lounge. Arturo’s classic marinara ladles daily-made tomato sauce over spaghetti or ziti ($8.99), and patrons lounging amid yellow and red walls slice into a tender, breaded veal cutlet hiding beneath red sauce and mozzarella ($13.99).

517 Broadway
Saugus,
MA
US