Pizza in Middletown

Indian and Italian Fusion Food for Two or Four at Fusion Pizza & Grill (Up to 50% Off)

Fusion Pizza & Grill

Philadelphia

Chefs combine Indian flavors with Italian mainstays and Philly favorites to create both traditional and unique menu offerings

$30 $15

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Chicken and Pizza at Zinger Chicken and Pizza (40% Off). Two Options Available.

Zinger Chicken and Pizza

Multiple Locations

Chicken and pizza dishes, including chicken steak pizza and boxes of chicken with sides, plus pasta, wraps, and salads

$20 $12

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$10 for $18 Worth of Pizza — Little Joe's Pizzeria & Hoagie Shop

Little Joe’s

Philadelphia

We provide a NY twist to Philly. Come discover great food a fair price. Pick up only.

$18 $10

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Indian-Inspired Pizza for Dine-In or Carryout at Bombay Local Pizza (35% Off)

Bombay Local Pizza

Echelon

Indian-inspired pizzas topped with ingredients including samosa filling, masala eggplant, paneer tikka, and chili paneer.

$10 $6.50

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Pizza for Dine-In or Carry-Out at Roberto's Pizzeria Italiana (Up to 40% Off)

Roberto's Pizzeria Italiana

Mt. Washington

Pizza of the day rotates frequently, moving from classic cheese to more elaborate pies such as pesto or margherita

$10 $6

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$12 for $20 Worth of Pizza, Pasta, Subs, and Burgers at Hilltop Carryout

Hilltop Carryout

Glen Burnie

Carryout favorites such as meat-lovers’ pizza, meatball subs, buffalo wings, poutine, and gyros

$20 $12

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$15 for $30 Worth of Italian Food at Ristorante Al Fresco

Ristorante Al Fresco

Mount Laurel

Italian classics such as linguine with housemade meatballs and veal marsala served at lunch and dinner

$30 $15

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Select Local Merchants

  • For $10, you get $20 worth of gourmet pizza and Italian fare, valid Monday–Thursday.
  • For $12, you get $20 worth of gourmet pizza and Italian fare, valid Friday and Saturday.

1011 S College Ave
Newark,
DE
US

A first-place winner at the 2010 Stephen Starr-Gary Maddox BBQ Challenge, Big D's composes succulent barbecue symphonies over a wood smoker, lit by apple and cherry wood, in addition to spinning delectable disks of pizza, and more. The brisket sandwich, boasting beef that was smoked for 16 hours in honor of the number of hours William Henry Harrison served as an American president, combines homemade seasonings on a hearty kaiser role ($6.75), and the pulled-pork pizza fuses two culinary styles ($16). Those with a congenital aversion to carnivorous fare can load up their cuisine depositories with a flavorful mélange of mushrooms, green peppers, onions, and black olives that forms the large veggie pizza ($13.99). The culinary constructors at Big D's also build an 8-ounce burger edifice out of beef, cheese, bacon, and indefatigable spirit ($6.75).

3634 Old Capitol Trl
Wilmington,
DE
US

With a sprawling menu of New York–style pizza, hoagies, and pastas, Nick's Pizza fills tummies with a bevy of toothsome delights made fresh to order. Subdue rampaging hunger monsters with appetizers such as the homemade mozzarella sticks stuffed with gooey, delectable cheese ($6.50), or the breadsticks, perfect for constructing yeasty tabletop log cabins ($2.50). Pie lovers can sink teeth into the disk-shaped objects of their affection, choosing from a staggering array of toppings, piled majestically atop genuine New York–style crust. Pizzas include standards such as cheese (14", $8.50; 18", $11), spicy innovations such as the hot buffalo chicken (14", $13; 18", $15.50), and cross-cultural fusions such as the taco pizza (14", $12.50; 18", $15). A spread of pastas supply carbohydrate needs with offerings such as the spaghetti bolognese ($10.95), gnocchi pesto ($10.95), and the spinach ravioli florentine ($13.95), all topped with homemade sauce.

722 Philadelphia Pike
Wilmington,
DE
US

The staff at Giovanni's Place #2 serves up mouthwatering morsels from a menu that's so humongous that it counts for book-report credit in most of the nation's high schools. Because of the enormity of its scope, the menu's sure to satisfy any diner's cravings, whether they're stopping in for a quick bite or catering a large party. In addition to standard Italian dishes such as New York-style pizzas, pastas, and stromboli, folks can also order all-American favorites including sub sandwiches, wings, and burgers.

101 E Hazeldell Ave
New Castle,
DE
US

The esculent artisans at The Olive Tree serenade diners with an extensive menu celebrating seafood and cuisine inspired by regions all throughout Italy. Evening diners can entice taste buds with comestible selections from a far-reaching dinner menu. Rouse appetites with fresh sautéed mussels reclining in a bath of garlic wine sauce ($10.59) before chowing on ricotta-stuffed baked manicotti ($11.99). Exercise incisors on grilled pork chops Italiano, served with grilled veggies and a side ($14.99) or crash a shrimp scampi slumber party jumping on a bed of linguine ($18.99). All entrees are served with unlimited garden salad and enough breadsticks to construct an edible scale model of Michelangelo's David. The dinner menu is rounded out by a variety of homemade desserts, including homemade cannoli ($4.95) and tiramisu ($4.95).

1005 Beards Hill Rd
Aberdeen,
MD
US

Salvatore DiLisi and his family immigrated from Carini, Italy in 1978, and they founded DiLisi Ristorante soon after. A few years later, his parents returned home, and Salvatore took over. The next 35 years saw some changes. Sal expanded his family to include his wife Nancy and their children Giacomo and Valeria. He made the eatery's name synonymous with family-style servings of seafood, pasta, and pizza. And he opened up a second location, connected to the original by a 10-mile-long zip line of spaghetti. Today, in DiLisi's two kitchens, chefs draw upon the culinary traditions of northern Italy and the Mediterranean, kneading dough by hand and combining meat and seafood in unexpected ways.

34 Cornwell Drive
Bridgeton,
NJ
US