Pizza has gone hand-in-hand with video games since their conception, even inspiring Pac-Man's narrative about one pizza's quest to rescue a missing slice from ghostly kidnappers. Savor a timeless team with today's Groupon to Game Town Pizza. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get a rock 'n' roll package for four (a $49.99 value) that includes:
- Two one-topping 16-inch pizzas
- Four drinks
- Four $5 game cards
- For $20, you get a $25 game card and $20 worth of pizza and Italian fare from the menu (a $45 total value).
Families pack Game Time Pizza to play in the bright arcade and sate joystick-induced hunger with stone-baked New York–style pizzas made fresh to order. Chefs toss doughy disks by hand and dress them up in savory toppings such as pepperoni, grilled chicken, and fresh basil before warming them up to feed kids or groups of pizza-fueled robots. Specialized appetites seek out house-made combinations such as the smoky barbecue chicken or texas pepperoni polka dotted with jumbo pepperonis and oregano. Nimble fingers dunk deep-fried green beans or mozzarella sticks into dipping sauces and spear forks into the greek salad's blend of feta, red onions, black olives, and old Parthenon blueprints. Soothe mouths tired from bites of pizza with a spectrum of regular and diet soda, iced tea, and milk.
Game cards lead the way to entertaining digital and analog challenges such as skee-ball, and nearby dancing games satisfy pleasure centers left untriggered by cheese, sauce, and bread combos. The prize counter exchanges bounties from games for rewards such as plush toys, trinkets, or government contracts.
Amid GameTown Pizza's mélange of arcade consoles and analog challenges, chefs sculpt dough for New York–style pizzas and ensconce zesty ingredients within calzones and strombolis before baking them golden on sizzling pizza stones. The bustling game room challenges competitors to bouts of air hockey, basketball, and invigorating redemption games, whose ribbons of tickets garner well-earned trips to the prize counter. Party planners can host savory shindigs within the arcade's private party room, whose whimsical yellow walls display flat-screen TVs ideal for celebratory slideshows and virtual-reality birthday cakes alike.