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What You'll Get
The most common Internet password is “pizza123,” demonstrating America’s love for this Italian delight, as well as its complete inability to protect sensitive information. For $10, today's Groupon gets you $20 worth of pre-prepared pizza and more at Adelo's Take-N-Bake Pizza on Indian Trail Road. This Groupon is not valid for alcohol or deliveries.
Adelo's Take-N-Bake Pizza's menu is inhabited by wings, salads, wraps, and pizzas. The pizzas, which come prepared but uncooked, include Adelo's classic, a harmonious ensemble of meaty pepperoni and sausage sizzling with black olives and mushrooms ($14.99 for a 17" extra-large), and the movie-night favorite, which is half topped with Canadian bacon and pineapple and half peppered with pepperoni ($12.99 for an extra-large). There are also gluten-free options for those allergic to gluten or unable to chew through its hard, gluteny exterior. Salads and wraps are prepared fresh and ready for incisor insertion, and desserts, such as a cinnamon-apple pie pizza ($4.99), act as the caboose of a meal train headed straight to Hungerville, population 10,000 taste buds.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 25, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid for alcohol, delivery, or with other offers. Gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Adelo’s Take-N-Bake Pizza
When Spokane natives and Adelo’s Take-N-Bake Pizza owners Matt and Kim Howes decided to open their restaurant in 2008, they wanted to offer, in their own words, "great pizza at a great value." After four years and gaining a following in the community, Adelo’s Take-N-Bake Pizza continually strives to appease. Customers can construct their own pizzas, matching four types of crust, including their very own gluten-free, with six house-made sauces, hand-grated 100% whole-milk mozzarella, and more than 25 toppings. The gluten-free option came about when they discovered Kim’s gluten allergy, and, as a result, they knew they would have to adjust their approach to pizza. However, instead of simply declaring the pies off-limits, they spent their time in the kitchen tweaking recipes and researching alternative ingredients that would keep their slices both delicious and healthy. The result was a gluten-free dough derived from rice, potato, and tapioca flours that helped bring pizza back into the lives of celiac sufferers and earned the restaurant accreditation through the National Gluten Intolerance Group in 2011. Today, that dough forms the basis of their gluten-free specialty pies, which range from the pineapple-sprinkled Hawaiian and creamy garlic chicken to the jalapeno burn packed with peppers and spicy sausage. No matter what pie they choose, customers can also complete their meals with a six pack chosen from the shop's large selection of mix-and-match micro brews, which also include gluten-free beers from forward-thinking brewers such as Bard’s Tale Brewing Company.