Peace A Pizza’s menu offers gourmet pizza pies, strombolis, and salads that transcend the violent dough beatings and Pacmanic depression that typifies traditional pizza parlors. Guests can start training for chompathons with a Mediterranean salad ($6.99), which sprinkles crisp greens with a smattering of cucumbers, tomatoes, olives, red onions, feta cheese, and cracked black peppercorn—all doused in a healthy deluge of Greek dressing. Pizzas can be harder to spot because they wear a variety of costumes. Patrons can order a 14-inch Philly cheesesteak ($15.49) smothered in sharp provolone or seek out a 14-inch honey-lime chicken, with breaded chicken atop mozzarella, garnished with mandarin oranges, cranberries, and drizzled with a zesty honey-lime dressing ($15.29). If you're more in the mood for stromboli, find out what it's like havin' a Roni Explosion ($6.99), a fold-over feast of rapidly expanding pepperoni and mozzarella served with red sauce.
Dried pasta from a box never tastes as good as fresh ravioli gently rolled, cut, and stuffed by someone's grandma. Since the grandma next door hasn't relented to your persistent requests, today's Groupon to Avalon Restaurant gets you $40 worth of romantic, homemade pastas, creative antipasti, and succulent fish and meat served with a magical sauce of trend and tradition for $20. Though your Groupon is not valid for Saturdays or holidays (we're all going to be at the Arbor Day gorilla parade anyway), you can enjoy Italian dining from 5:30 p.m.–10 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and Sunday from 5 p.m.–9 p.m. Grab your old-fashioned sweetie and fashionable friends for a succulent feast in this cozy West Chester retreat. Follow @Groupon_Says on Twitter.
Discovered in 1953, pizza is the only food to have been eaten on the moon, blessed by a pope, and endorsed by Olympic marathoner Gezahegne Abera—the "triple crown" of food honors. With today's Groupon, $10 gets you $20 worth of food and drink at Tommy’s Original Pizza, the pie-slinging eatery with locations in West Chester and Edgemont.
From buffalo wings slathered in hot sauce to pizzas oozing with melted cheese, the chefs at Pat's Pizza Family Restaurant concoct tasty Italian-inspired creations for dine-in or catering. The family-friendly menu incorporates a kids' menu along with a variety of hot subs, pasta, salads, and other palate-pleasing options to tempt even the pickiest of taste buds. The eatery also leverages its presence in the community to bolster local organizations, athletics teams, and schools—the academic ones, not the underwater ones.
Freskada's open kitchen flaunts the 6-foot wood-fired grill and stone pizza oven, which yield the menu's freshly made pies. Patrons schlep their own beer, wine, and silk bibs to accompany the BBQ chicken pizza's parade of poultry and red onions steeped in a smoky house sauce ($13.99). Beneath paintings of Italian landscapes, char-grilled veggie pizzas loaded with seared zucchini, eggplant, and mushrooms ($13.99) harness the power of both timber-fueled cookers. Knives plunge through the Drunken Shroomy filet, an 8-ounce center-cut steak overlaid with a three-mushroom brandy sauce, grilled asparagus, and potatoes smashed to a consistency fluffier than a pillow filled with shredded spoken-word poetry ($26.99).