Although no one can explain why, most people agree that beer and pizza go together like a melodious string of shooby-dooby-do-bop-a-doobity-dang-a-dooby. Deliver extra doo-wops with today’s Groupon to Arganica Farm Club. Choose between the following options:
- For $89, you get a three-month membership package (a $183.80 total value) that includes the following:
- A three-month membership, which includes weekly deliveries (a $59.85 value)
- One four-pack of locally sourced 10-inch mozzarella-cheese pizzas (a $28 value)
- Two 12-inch wood-fired pizzas with local cheese or pesto (a $34 value)
- Two $25 coupons for artisanal food or beer (a $50 value)
- Two issues of Flavor magazine (a $11.95 value)<p>
- For $155, you get a six-month membership package (a $319.67 total value) that includes the following:
- A six-month membership, which includes weekly deliveries (a $119.70 value)
- Two four-packs of locally sourced 10-inch mozzarella-cheese pizzas (a $56 value)
- Three 12-inch wood-fired pizzas with local cheese or pesto (a $51 value)
- Three $25 coupons for artisanal food or beer (a $75 value)
- Three issues of Flavor magazine (a $17.97 value)
The $25 coupons are redeemable only for beer or wine in D.C.; otherwise, they are redeemable for local artisanal foods only.
Arganica stocks freezers and fridges across the mid-Atlantic with locally sourced pizzas, craft beers, and regionally harvested groceries. Just in time for the big game on February 5, Arganica delivers 10-inch Neapolitan-style pies straight to local doorsteps. Each pizza bubbles with Blue Ridge mozzarella cheese, which relaxes atop a bed of fresh, organic tomatoes as it waits to be fanned by adoring bicuspids. The selection of 12-inch wood-fired pizzas rotates regularly with such styles as the pesto-glazed Au Tronto or the Helen of Troy, a regal pie crowned with feta, artichoke hearts, and spinach. As D.C.-area eaters wash down crumbs with a local brew, those outside of the capital shop the online market to find a chocolate sampler for dessert or a crunchy piece of hazelnut biscotti to court leftover pizza crusts. Between deliveries, issues of Flavor magazine keep palates primed with articles about nearby farmers, restaurants, and wineries.
Arganica’s delivery system allays the gas guzzling and parking woes of regular trips to the store, in addition to preserving farmland and enriching the local economy by doing business with community producers. A fleet of comestible convoys makes deliveries to the D.C. metro area on Thursdays and Sundays, and all other delivery areas on Sundays to ensure football snacks reach kitchens, outdoor camp stoves, or plastic toy ovens before kick-off.
Our customers loved this deal last year, earning Arganica Farm Club a spot on Groupon’s Best of 2011 list.