Sandwiches are a convenient lunch, in addition to being the subtlest way to publicly slip someone $700 crumpled up to look like lettuce. Eat some greens with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for five vouchers, each good for $10 worth of italian beef, pizza, and comfort food, redeemable on separate visits (a $50 total value)
- $42 for three medium one-topping stuffed pizzas and a half pan of salad (an $86.48 value)
The menu includes italian-beef sandwiches ($5.65+) with housemade giardiniera ($0.53+), and their buffalo chicken wrap ($4.78+). Stuffed pizzas come adorned with one of more than 20 available toppings, such as black olives or canadian bacon. Pizza-package requires 1-hour advance order.
The stuffed pizza. It's a marvel of taste engineering that has swept through pizzerias nationwide, but only one city can claim the original overloaded pie. Picture it: Chicago, 1971. Italian immigrants Nancy and Rocco Palese, owners of Guy's Pizza, begin experimenting with recipes beyond their traditional thin crust. In his quest to innovate, Rocco remembers the family recipe for scarciedda, an Easter specialty cake perfected by his own mother. With a few tweaks, he turns that homeland favorite into the stuffed pizza—now a staple among the pizza industry.
By 1974, the Paleses expanded their empire to include Nancy's Pizza, which still serves Rocco's signature pie today. Nancy's Pizza now reaches far beyond its original Chicagoland borders, all the way to Atlanta and California, with plans to expand further. Diners across the country can sink their teeth into the shop's signature pies. When they do, they'll taste the wholesome dough and savory toppings that have earned best pizza accolades from publications ranging from the Chicago Tribune to Pizza Magazine.