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What You'll Get
Eating pizza while watching a movie gives your mouth something to do while your mind wraps itself around Ernest’s constant lack of forethought. Exercise your tongue and your sense of verisimilitude with today’s Groupon: for $18, you get pizza, two drinks, and two movie tickets (up to a $37 value) at 3rd Street Pizza Company in McMinnville. The 3rd Street Pizza Company offers a sensory pleasing combination of hand-tossed, New York–style slices alongside blockbuster entertainment in front of the eatery’s full-sized film screen in its Moonlight Theater. Pick your 14-inch pie from a savory menu of saucy selections, with your choice of two toppings to serve as pepperoni, artichoke, or blue-cheese earrings. As you repose with your fire-baked helping, sip a soda or sudsy beer while taking in a talkie with a friend, or down two drinks and watch on your own—with pizza in hand, you’ve got all the company you’ll ever need.
If you redeem your Groupon during a matinee showing (at 1 p.m. or 4 p.m.), you will also receive a free pazooki, an ice-cream cookie pie (a $4.45 value).
- 3rd Street Pizza Company has THE best pizza around. Thin crust, crispy and unique. Amazing salads and tons of choices for the whole family. Great local draft beers. – knavari, Citysearch
- THe pizza is pretty good but the salads and sandwiches are awesome. Try the Harvest Moon sandwich or a spinach salad. Either way you'll be pleased. – A. J. B., Insider Pages
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 17, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Must be 21 or older to order alcohol. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About 3rd Street Pizza Company
Since 1997, 3rd Street Pizza Company has fused food and film into a ready-made night out. On one side of the business, hand-tossed dough is fired atop hot stones, which yields crisp New York–style pizzas topped with a signature blend of mozzarella, provolone, and monterey jack cheeses. Sauce options also reach beyond the standard red to include thai peanut, pesto, and garlic parmesan. The pies anchor a menu that features calzones, sandwiches, and microbrews, all of which can be taken into showings at Moonlight Theater. Recent releases stretch out across a full-size movie screen that teams up with a 12-speaker surround-sound system as high-tech as the ones judges use to make their verdicts extra scary. The restaurant also supports arts beyond film and pizza—a dining-room wall functions as a rotating gallery space, and live musicians occasionally play during dinner.