Pizza is traditionally circular, as its original octagonal shape caused patrons to simply stare at it and wait for the diner on their right to move. Pave your throat’s thoroughfare with cheese with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of pizza and pub fare at Boston's in Manchester.
Boston's chefs hand-press pies to fill their menu with pizzas fashioned from dough made fresh daily and a variety of classic pub favorites in a welcoming sports-bar environment. Patrons can nibble on triangular cutouts of gourmet pizzas such as the Mama Meata, a protein-packed pie featuring ham, pepperoni, ground beef, and spicy italian sausage strewn atop a savory bed of bolognese sauce ($9.89 for 8"; $23.29 for 15"). Lighter versions of Boston's dough disks include the extreme mushroom flatbread ($9.69), whose pesto base made from portobellao, shiitake, and porcini mushrooms holds toppings in place and helps plumbers grow big enough to break floating bricks with their heads. Mouths can also chomp down on a half-pound Angus patty wedged between the clap of two toasted kaiser buns in the Boston burger ($8.99) and surrounded by french-fry bodyguards seasoned in spices and krav maga.
A casual, family-friendly ambiance has been served as a complimentary side at Boston's since 1964, when founder Gus Agiortis established the very first location in Edmonton, Alberta. Today, nearly 400 restaurants have spread between Canada, the United States, and Mexico, conquering appetites with fresh, carefully selected ingredients that must endure a scrupulous interview process before hitting plates. Behind the scenes, chefs transform hand-pressed, made-from-scratch dough into 18 varieties of gourmet pizzas. At tables, forks plunge through hunks of meat and creamy sauces that make up gourmet pastas, and inside each location's sports bar, fans root for favorite teams while struggling to corral boneless wings with their sauce-stained foam fingers.