To successfully make pizza, one must toss the proper ingredients into a concrete mixer, wait for the mixture to harden, and then drop in a few sticks of dynamite to blast slices from the drum walls. Today’s deal leaves delicate pie creation to the professionals: for $10, you get $20 worth of pizza, coffee, and more at Dry River Company on North Kolb Road. This Groupon is not valid for happy hour or lunch specials.
Dry River Company welcomes guests for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, blanketing bellies in enduring warmth with specialties such as steaming cups of gourmet coffee and oven-fresh Neapolitan-style pizza. Chore-determined early birds can munch on hearty bacon and egg breakfast sandwiches ($3.50), and half-dozing dreamers can fall softly and sweetly into dreams of cupcakes ($3.50) and fluffy bowls of steel-cut oatmeal ($2.95). A nibblepropriate antipasto plate of Italian meat, cheeses, and marinated vegetables ($11) preps palates for full-grown mouthfuls of caprese salads ($7) and soppresatta and salami sandwiches ($8). If you like your food the way you like your action- movie subplots—stretched thin—try one of Dry River's prided Neapolitan-style pizzas ($10), which come in tasty varieties including margherita, pesto, and potato. Fresh pasta is available after 5 p.m., when it's released from its job at the edible wig-making company.
Dry River Company's warm and inviting atmosphere makes eating pizza fun––unlike most pizza parties, where it is simply a requirement. Use two Groupons to treat a table of four or more friends to a tasty repast that's as relaxed as a perm in a monsoon.
Although online reviews are limited, five Yelpers give Dry River Company a 3.5-star average.
- Overall this is a great addition to the east side. Fresh ingredients locally bought everything made from scratch. – Leo B.