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What You'll Get
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
- $7 for $14 worth of pizza
- $42 for six months worth of $14 for pizza (an $84 value)<p>
The menu includes more than 21 specialty pizzas ($6.95+), such as the spicy tandoori chicken pizza is covered in red onions, green peppers, tandoori chicken, and mozzarella cheese. The Aveiro pizza features portuguese linguiça, smoked bacon, pepperoncini, roasted red peppers, and fresh cilantro and the Peace in The Middle East has housemade hummus, feta cheese, and caramelized onions. Vegan and gluten-free options are available.<p>
For the six months worth of $14 pizza fare, customers will register with Extreme Pizza and receive an account and $14 worth of pizza spread across six months.<p>
The Fine Print
Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Must purchase at least one medium Signature pizza. $2 surcharge for take-out. Not valid with other offers/deals. Not valid for alcohol purchase. Valid only at Henrico location. Monthly offer not valid until 1/1/2013 must be activated by 1/31/2013. Once activated, customer will register phone number with Extreme Pizza and will be given 5 additional coupons in account to be used monthly and by June 30, 2013. If voucher is redeemed after designated month, it will be worth $7. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Extreme Pizza
Spices are powerful. During antiquity, the quest for cloves and pepper helped start wars, inspired exploration, and redraw the map of the known world. Today, in many parts of the world, this power has been domesticated, relegated to calm cabinets and old recipe cards. But, there are still places in the world where spice retains its ability to define a dish and transform those who eat it. Extreme Pizza is just such a place. There, though they don't normally specialize in Indian cuisine, cooks harness the flavors of the subcontinent for their Spice Route pizza. Atop scratch-made dough, spice-packed tandoori chicken joins with red onions, green peppers, and mozzarella cheese, a cross-cultural Italian-Indian combination that brings out the best in both countries' cuisines, also available in a vegetarian version with tandoori paneer.
This painstaking attention to flavor is evident in all of Extreme Pizza's 21 specialty pies. From the pineapples and oranges that mingle with Canadian bacon on the Paia Pie to the Aveiro's Portuguese linguiça, smoked bacon, and pepperoncinis, each pizza boasts a creative combination of flavors prepared with the freshest possible meats, cheese, fruits, and veggies. They also embrace individuality; guests are invited to chow down on personal-sized versions of each specialty pie, or design their own pizza using six house-made sauces, nine cheeses, and dozens of toppings including everything from broccoli and roasted potatoes to Thai chicken, shredded BBQ pork, and fresh basil and garlic. They even stay sensitive to dietary restrictions, offering a gluten-free menu filled with rejiggered versions of their favorite pies, alongside a variety of vegetarian and vegan specialties.
In addition to their eponymous pizzas, cooks also whips up their fresh take on other classic Italian eats. The Bahn In The USA Monster Sub riffs on the classic Vietnamese bahn mi, blending shredded pork and peanuts with the signature trio of jalapeno, carrots, and cilantro. On the calzone front, the Big Wednesday packs its pocket of dough with carmelized onions, Italian sausage, and pepperoni held together by a two-cheese blend and a thick dollop of tomato sauce. With all of these options and more to choose from, it's no wonder that the restaurant routinely rakes in awards from outlets including Entrepreneur Magazine and Ernst & Young.