Pizza in Saint Joseph

Pizza and Appetizers at for Two or Four Cellar and Loft (Up to 42% Off)

Cellar & Loft

River Market

Located in a 140-year-old building full of rustic charm, this restaurant's chef's serve equally rustic pizzas to complement their drink menu

$25 $17

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Pizza and Appetizers for Two or Four at Old Town Pizza (40% Off)

Old Town Pizza

Overland Park

Thin, crispy pizza crusts—including gluten-free and specialty pizzas—topped with ingredients such as pepperoni, sausage, and artichokes

$20 $12

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Pizzas and Italian Cuisine for Dine-In or Carry-Out at Mio, an Italian Pizzeria (Up to 40% Off)

Mio, an Italian Pizzeria

Parkway Plaza

Internationally trained chef crafts Italian staples and pizzas with traditional and unique toppings, such as gorgonzola, fig, and prosciutto

$20 $12

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$14 for Two Buffet Visits and Three Large One-Topping Pizzas at CiCi's Pizza ($28 Value)

CiCi's Pizza

Multiple Locations

Pizza buffet gives patrons the chance to endlessly mix-and-match slices with helpings of salad, pasta, and dessert

$28 $14

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One or Two Medium Signature or Single Topping Pizzas with Salads at Long Island Pete's (Up to 50% Off)

Long Island Pete's

Olathe

New York style pizza and barbecue come together in a menu that features sandwiches, salads, and pizzas topped with a medley of smoked meats

$20.99 $11

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$13.50 for $30 Worth of Pizza, Wings, and Calzones at Simple Simon's Pizza

Simple Simon's Pizza

Paola

Pizzas with toppings such as pickles and potato chips complement calzones, wings, and sandwiches

$10 $4.50

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Pizza, Sandwiches, and Drinks at Papa Keno's Pizzeria (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Papa Keno's Pizzeria

Topeka

Long-time pizzeria dishes up pies made with locally sourced ingredients on fresh-daily dough alongside sandwiches, salads, and beer

$20 $11

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Select Local Merchants

Big Baby's Pizzeria & Pub conjures its menu of palate-pleasing pizzas and inspired appetizers out of organic, house-made pizza crust and top-notch ingredients. Cuisine architects can construct their own 14-inch piescraper with a base of made-from-scratch crust ($10.49), furnish it with jalapeños, black olives, and green peppers ($1.25 each), and top it off with a satellite dish. Or place your gustatory fate in the chef's capable hands by sinking carnivorous incisors into the meat lovers' pizza stacked with every available meat plus extra cheese to meld meats together ($17.99). Wanderlusting taste buds can dip into one of Big Baby's international pizzas, such as the thai pizza, which awakens senses with spicy ground meat and cilantro ($15.99). Guests can further accentuate their sliced experience by dipping slices of french bread into flavor-packed saucers of roasted garlic cloves and seasoned olive oil ($3.25).

6579 North Oak Trafficway
Gladstone,
MO
US

Liberty, Missouri, is slightly out of the delivery zone of most Chicago pizzerias, so when Jason and Mattie Ransom moved there, they needed another way to get their fix of deep-dish pizza. They decided to try their hand at recreating their favorite pie from scratch, unknowingly laying the groundwork for Dish Famous Stuffed Pizza.

The Ransom’s homespun recipe for Chicago-style deep-dish pizza has lasted more than 15 years, first gracing the tables of their restaurant before spreading out to grocery stores and forward-thinking vending machines. At their eatery, they still sling dough each day, complementing deep-dish disks with thin-crust and hand-tossed pies, half-pound Black Angus burgers, Chicago-style italian beef sandwiches, and 50 different bottles of imported and craft beer.

846 Highway 291
Liberty,
MO
US

Cooking up Italian staples and baking pizza has been a Walker family tradition since 1969, first at a pizza franchise and now at their own Old Shawnee Pizza and Italian Kitchen. They use the skills they've perfected over the last 40 years to make everything from their Alfredo-topped ravioli stuffed with three types of seafood to their Midwest-style pizzas on homemade dough.

They first top their inventive pizzas with sauces such as the classic red, salsa, spicy peanut, or garlic olive oil. From there, they use their multitude of unique toppings to create most any pie their customers can dream up, barring ones that bear an uncanny resemblance to Burt Reynolds. They also cook up specialty pizzas such as the Caribbean Jerk, made with jerk sauce, chicken, onions, pineapple, and roasted red peppers.

2422 S 34th St
Kansas City,
KS
US

Before the owners of Pie Zano’s Pizzeria opened their restaurant, they knew that their toughest critics would be their own relatives. That’s because they planned for their menu to include the time-tested recipes that were passed down for generations. After receiving high marks in a family taste test, they flung open the doors of the neighborhood eatery to share their creations with the community. For an added touch of freshness, their specialty pizzas, meatball subs, and pastas boast ingredients culled from local sources. The family-owned establishment also shows its dedication to the community by supporting area youth sports programs.

7932 N Oak Trfy
Gladstone,
MO
US

Wheat State Pizza! has more kinds of pizza than a high school football coach has inspiring halftime speeches. The abundance comes from a rainbow of options diners mix-and-match to create unique combinations, starting with a whole wheat, white, or gluten-free crust topped with homemade sauces in flavors such as traditional red and whipped cream cheese. On that base, diners can construct a masterpiece pie from a palette of more than 30 toppings including standards such as pepperoni and sausage along with gourmet variants sunflower seeds, avocado, and soy cheese. Though diners don't need to assemble their own combination to enjoy a pie, as, like the Christmas list of a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, the menue includes 15 types of specialty pizza. Creations such as the chicken carbonara treat mouths to a velvety blend of alfredo sauce, chicken, mushrooms, mozzarella, and bacon atop a hand-tossed or thin crust. Non-pizza options include the Crispy Chicken Salad and philly cheese steak sandwiches with chicken or beef. Diners can end their meals on a sweet note with one of the restaurant's medley of dessert pizzas, which layer wheat crust with saccharine toppings such as cream-cheese frosting, and apple pie filling.

2820 W 47th Ave
Kansas City,
KS
US

After a career of playing professional baseball, Bill Kelso hung up his jersey, tied on his apron, and started the original Kelso’s Pizza in 1969. Located near William Jewell College, the pizzeria quickly became a favorite haunt of the Chiefs players while they attended training camp. Despite relocating the restaurant, the current owners, Jeff and Kelly, still honor their father’s storied sports legacy; vintage photographs, jerseys, and generations of family trophies line the dining room’s walls while six flat-screen televisions play live sports broadcasts or chat with each other about their fantasy baseball teams.

Kelso’s Pizza strives to be more than a sports bar, though. Instead, the family emphasizes serving pizzeria staples in a family-friendly environment. The menu brims with baseball-themed names, like the Grand Slam pizza with eight hearty toppings—including sausage, mushrooms, and julienned stat sheets—and a host of toasted sandwiches, such as the Pennant Winner, a roast beef delight oozing with melted provolone and Kelso’s buttermilk dressing.

300 Armour Rd
Kansas City,
MO
US