Today’s Groupon answers the age-old question of whether or not pizza is square or 360 degrees. For $13, you get $30 worth of divine-crafted, artisan pizza and hand-selected brews at 360 Pizzeria, located in Vancouver, Washington. Paddle, propel, and cross the river for an experience no pizza lover can sanely ignore.
Seeking pizza in its purest and most concentrated form, the artists at 360º Pizzeria, owned by the same people who own the high-end Roots, have delved into the northwest’s deepest pizza caves for the ultimate artisan flavors using locally sourced ingredients as often as possible. Mere pepperoni is piddly-twaggins when held up against 360º’s uncanny menu. Realize the true potential of a pie-dough foundation when it’s loaded like the goat cheese pie (with fig jam, crispy pancetta, arugula, and black pepper, $17–$21) or the sausage and salami pie (featuring crimini mushrooms, roasted garlic, and bell peppers, $19–$23). 360º’s fire deck oven creates some of the most original and exquisite pizzas you’ve seen and it only accepts the finest of ingredients: naturally smoked Canadian bacon, fresh kalamata olives, roasted chilies, fine ricotta cheese, Washington State grilled chicken, and more and more.
Homemade pastas augment the savory menu, and a meticulously crafted beer menu featuring many local brews will soothe the tongue of any and all microbrew enthusiasts. From the lush ambers of 360º’s renowned beers to the vibrancy of its exceptional pizza toppings, it’s a colorful parade of flavor that redefines the possibilities of the American pizza and extends the limits of pizza obsession.
- 360 Pizzeria was producing amazing wood oven pizzas before they became the hot item. As a result, they have it figured out! – carreykillian, Citysearch
- I was hopeful to find a good pizza place in Vancouver, and this is it! I've been there a few times and have tried numerous pizzas, and have never had any leftover to even take home! – lupsmom, Citysearch
- Since 360 is in our neighborhood we've eaten there dozens and dozens of times. It is consistently the best foodwise, and in value, of all the other Italian or pizza-style restaurants in Vancouver...maybe in the whole Portland area. – Maupinman, TripAdvisor
Pizza is a cultural institution, penetrating every sphere of modern media, including video games. The first pizza-inspired video game, Pizza Problems! was released by Activavision Studios (a former pinball-repair and budget key-copying service) in 1981.
Pizza Problems sold an unprecedented 300 copies in 1981, and was even briefly adapted into a Saturday morning animated series, although fans objected to Pepperoni’s portrayal as a softheaded comic foil. Activavision Studios recently announced plans for a 30th anniversary relaunch of the Pizza Problems franchise, a mature-rated gore fest featuring the sultry voice talents of David Hyde Pierce.
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3425 Se 192nd Ave
Vancouver, Washington 98683Get Directions