What You'll Get
Ninety percent of alleged UFO sightings can be easily explained as falling meteors, swamp-gas reflections, or doughy orbs hurled into orbit by Herculean pizza makers. Enjoy earthbound eats with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of pizza and more at Del Mar Pizza in Del Mar.
Del Mar Pizza's menu engages diners in a game of feastable frisbee, tossing delectable dough disks and hearty Italian fare into open mouths across the San Diego area. Enjoy pizza by the slice ($3.50) or by the whole sphere ($18), customizable with a delectable lineup of toppings ranging from pepperoni and sausage to fresh garlic, basil, and jalapeños ($1.50 each). Send taste buds on a tropical excursion with specialty pies such as the Hawaiian—canadian bacon, fresh hawaiian pineapple, and mozzarella—or scarf down the Spinacio—fresh spinach, artichokes, mushrooms, garlic, extra virgin olive oil, imported ricotta, and mozzarella cheeses—in the hopes of gaining freakishly disproportionate forearms. Diners who insist upon a square-shaped square meal can nibble the corners of a savory sandwich crafted from Boar's Head meats and fresh baked Salunto italian rolls, while hearty pastas sink hunger ships amid waves of domestic and imported brews.
Del Mar Pizza is located a mere block from the beach and boasts an outdoor patio that treats diners to gentle sea breezes and majestic ocean views. The interior's modern furniture, spacious windows, and coffee-colored tones enwrap overstuffed guests in a warm atmosphere, while surfboard adorned walls inspire warm daydreams of Italy's famously buoyant breadsticks.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 29, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table and order. Dine-in and carryout only. No cash back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Del Mar Pizza
Barely a wave's crash from the water, Del Mar Pizza has hosted hungry beach-goers—some sans shirt or shoes—at its tables for more than 20 years. Amid walls lined with long surfboards and artful beach photography, chefs whip up gooey specialty pizzas by the pie or slice, with traditional or New York–style thin crusts. After downing a brew on the outdoor patio, patrons can head inside to two-hand a Boar's Head deli sandwich or clamber up overhead lights to hang ten on wall-mounted surfboards.