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What You'll Get
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. Take in a mellifluous meal with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of pizza, sandwiches, pasta, and drinks at Brixx Wood Fired Pizza in Mount Pleasant.
Brixx's 21 signature pizzas anchor its hefty menu of pizzeria fare, imbued with smoky, wood-fired flavor courtesy of an authentic brick oven. Fix fangs into a fleet of 10-inch pizzas, coddling taste buds with the house-made mozzarella coating the margherita ($9.95) or the spicy italian sausage, gorgonzola, and prosciutto atop the brawny Bronx Bomber ($10.95). The toasted turkey wrap ($7.95) teems with all-natural meat, artichokes, roma tomatoes, and romaine lettuce, and the roasted chicken alfredo with bacon ($11.95) quiets belly bellows better than an accurately thrown leather shoe. The kids’ menu sates miniature appetites with pint-size plates of penne pasta ($4.95 each), and old-fashioned floats ($4.95 each) with Brixx's handmade draft root beer go down smooth accompanied by two scoops of vanilla ice cream.
Irrigate dry jugulars with a selection of two dozen beers, including frosty microbrews from Bell's, Fat Tire, and SweetWater ($3.75–$4.50 each). Guests can sip one of the bar's 19 vinos ($5.50–$10/glass) to gain the liquid courage to ask their potential fiancés for a raise and their bosses for a hand in marriage.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 29, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for Mount Pleasant location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Brixx Wood Fired Pizza
Brixx Wood Fired Pizza's 21 signature pizzas anchor the hefty menu arriving at tables imbued with smoky, wood-fired flavor courtesy of an authentic brick oven. Tongues can warm up with the bruschetta, a montage of marinated roma tomatoes, fresh basil, and feta waiting for contact with garlic crostinis. Diners can then feast on 10-inch pizzas such as the house-made margherita or the brawny Bronx Bomber, which arrives covered with spicy italian sausage, gorgonzola, and prosciutto. Patrons can also irrigate dry throats with a selection of two dozen beers or a selection of wines.