Pizza is ubiquitous in American culture, thanks solely to its ability to double as a fraction calculator. Indulge in a numerator with today’s Groupon to 327 Pizza & Pub, at the corner of Main Street and Eastmanville Street in Coopersville. Choose between the following options:
- For $19, you get pub meal for two (up to a $38.89 value) that includes:
- One appetizer (up to an $8.99 value)
- Two entrees or one 16-inch pizza (up to a $19.90 value)
- Two beers or sodas (up to a $10 value)<p>
- For $35, you get pub meal for four (up to a $77.78 value) that includes:
- Two appetizers (up to a $17.98 value)
- Four entrees or two 16-inch pizzas (up to a $39.80 value)
- Four beers or sodas (up to a $20 value)
A local, family owned restaurant, 327 Pizza & Pub’s chefs and wait staff slice and dice fresh, daily prepared ingredients to construct a menu of classic pub eats infused with Italian flavors. Kick-start human food processors with a starter of 12 chicken wings smothered in a sauce of choice, such as barbecue or zesty italian. Jaws stretch around a main entree of breaded, deep-fried shrimp accompanied by a school of house-made chips or fries shaped like a fish’s fingers. Taste buds take a Mediterranean vacation with bites of Dan’s sicilian pizza, a thin-crust dough disc layered with mushrooms, a trio of meats, and fistfuls of ramano and mozzarella cheeses. Blank pizza canvasses beg for decoration with more than 15 toppings ranging from banana peppers to bacon, along with a special pizza of the month. Send meals cheerily to the stomach with steady sips from a bottle or draft beer, such as Bell’s Winter White Ale and Oberon Ale or appoint a nonfermented bubbly beverage to play the designated driver. Though not included with this Groupon, 327 Pizza & Pub also has a catering menu and offers a buffet Wednesday through Friday.
Patrons follow their noses past the restaurant’s red-and-green-striped awnings before taking a seat in the spacious dining room outfitted with a fully stocked bar. Saturday-night team trivia fuels good-natured competition as patrons search their heads for long-lost data or scalp tattoos of the Treaty of Versailles.