Ordering pizza is a Friday-night tradition, along with telling stories about pizza and balling up slices of pizza and playing pizzaball. Dial up some fun with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$23 for two large, fire-grilled signature pizzas (up to a $49.50 value)<p>
$100 for a delivered catering package for up to 15 people (up to a $155.70 total value)
- Four large, fire-grilled signature pizzas (up to a $99 value)
- Salad for up to 15 people (up to a $44.25 value)
- Five large cookies (a $12.45 value)<p>
The menu boasts signature fire-grilled pizzas such as the reuben with smoked pastrami, sauerkraut, and russian dressing, and the award-winning Nutty Tuscan with toasted pine nuts, pesto, and creamy white sauce. The catering package treats up to 15 people to a pizza-and-cookie feast with salad options including caesar, greek, or field greens with cranberries.<p>
Crazy Dough's Pizza
No, he wasn't born in Sicily. In fact—according to a 2011 article in the Boston Globe—Doug Ferriman started out in the pizza business without even knowing how to make dough. But he learned fast, besting 120 competitors and two Italian chefs to take second place at the International Pizza Challenge later that year. Ferriman is also one of only two people to have won the International Pizza Expo's Pizza of the Year honor more than once, in 2004 and 2007, according to trade magazine Pizza Today. Finally, in the 2013 competition, Ferriman won first in the non-traditional category in the northeast region.
Today, Ferriman brings his dough tossing know-how to Crazy Dough's Pizza, which he co-owns with his wife, Melissa. Their labor-of-love-turned-small-business-success-story, which has been documented in media outlets such as the Boston Business Journal, can be explained by their commitment to quality ingredients and diverse recipes. Their chefs start with a solid pizza foundation of North Dakota flour, vine-ripened California plum tomatoes, and Wisconsin cheese. Next, they transform raw dough into three pizza types: pan-baked, rectangular sicilian pies; hearty brick-oven rounds; or their specialty fire-grilled pizzas, cooked to a crispy, smoky finish on an open-flame hickory grill.
Finally, guests can choose from a huge selection of off-the-wall toppings and signature combinations, such as cheeseburger bacon or potato bacon cheddar. The shops also attract guests with $5 Pabst Blue Ribbon pitchers, calzones, and Crazy Dough Bowls—salads whose bread-bowl exterior can be eaten or worn as a savory hat.
93% of 90 customers recommend
“A few more places to sit would be good.”
“This is the best pizza I ever ate!!!! There salad was fancy and cheap they made me a special wheat pizza had smiles while serveing us.my new fav pizza palor”