- $12 for $20 worth of calzones
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A calzone from D.P. Dough is everything a college kid could ask for—it's filling, it's inexpensive, and you can order one at 3 a.m. (You know, after the bars close.) That's why, from Ithaca to Tempe, Minneapolis to Raleigh, D.P. Dough has become as popular on college campuses as keg parties and Saturday football.
Since the first shop was opened by a mother-son team in 1987, the brand has become known for signature creations such as the Drop Zone (breaded chicken, pepperoni, and three types of cheese) and the End Zone (steak, green peppers, onions, and mozzarella). Customers can also build their own 'zone with up to four toppings, or order regional variations.