What You'll Get
Anyone who’s tried nailing an oven-fresh pizza pie to a wall knows that pizza looks better briefly propped on a five-finger pedestal. Today’s Groupon puts pizza back where it performs best: for $10, you get $25 worth of pizza, beer, and more from Everybody's Pizza. This Groupon is only valid for redemption at the Everybody's in the Virginia/Highland area.
Though amphibious turtles may have repurposed the pie as a weapon to be launched, Everybody’s Pizza situates itself as a proponent of pizza’s unifying powers. Since opening in 1971, Everybody's has made a commitment to freshness, evidenced by dough made daily, high-quality ingredients, and absolutely no artificial flavorings, colorings, preservatives, enhancers, arsenic, or extenders. The result is a menu marked by innovative edibility and top-notch taste. Sample Everybody's beloved chewy and crisp thick-crust pizza ($12.29 for a medium cheese) with an array of non-traditional toppings available ($1.89 each on medium pizzas), including "honeyroast" garlic, toasted sesame seeds, and golden raisins. Cuisineers hesitant to commit to a full crust can try Everybody's very thin pizza crisps, which include the buffalo chicken ($14.99), with onions, cheddar, and provolone, or the Key Largo ($14.99), with shrimp, bacon, sesame seeds, tomato, and a number of cheeses. Everybody's also offers two of its own eatable inventions—pizza salads ($13.95), which lay chilled mixed salads atop fresh-baked pizza like rose petals on a lover's bed, and pizza sandwiches ($9.95–$10.95), folded-over pizzas available in a slew of styles.
Enjoy an imported beer in Everybody's cozy indoor dining space or on the balcony out back, where you can pass judgment on the ghosts of trolley-car workers as they drag chains of streetcar tokens behind them. Get your Groupon and make pizza-party plans at Everybody's for your Little League team's 15-year reunion. You may combine two Groupons for tables of five or more.
- The owners use only real cheese, and the imported pepperoni is sliced so thick you can actually taste it. Besides traditional crusts, Everybody’s makes thick-crusted pies and pizza crisps, which save a calorie or two while still tasting great. – Gayot
- I love the atmosphere and the salads are the best. We dont mind traveling the 20 miles from home just to taste the original pizzas. Even though they advertise that the salads are "individual", it is actually enough food for 2 people. – janaman4, Citysearch
- Everybody's has everything you could ever imagine to top their wonderful pies, and if that is not your thing, then try their salads. And their beer selection is among the best in Atlanta. – phillyphil54, Citysearch
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 13, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per table, 2 for tables of 5 or more. Dine-in only. Valid at Virginia/Highland location only. Not valid with other offers. Gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.