Anyone who’s tried nailing an oven-fresh pizza pie to a wall knows that pizza is more adept at being edible than being wall art. Put pizza back where it performs best with today's Groupon, which gets you Chicago-style deep-dish pizza and more at Gino's East's two Indiana locations in Granger and Highland. Choose between the following options:
- For $10, you get $20 worth of dine-in.
- For $7, you get $15 worth of carryout.
At Gino's East, each pizza is made fresh by hand and filled with a chunky, flavorful sauce. Get a medium, traditional deep-dish pizza with cheese and Gino's signature sausage for $15.35, or order a small vegetarian—asparagus, green peppers, mushrooms, onions, red peppers, yellow squash, eggplant, and zucchini—or bacon cheeseburger pizza for an intricate feast ($14.35 each). Chicago-style pizza crust is like a decadent gilded bowl filled with chunky tomato sauce, gooey cheeses, and the freshest veggies and finest meats in the Midwest. Unlike thin-crust pizzas, which may require several slices to satiate hunger, deep-dish pizzas can fill a hungry handmaiden up in one piece and stuff UFC champs with two. Keep your leftovers for easy weekday lunches or to eat as a warm breakfast pie.
If you aren't after deep-dish pizza, Gino's East's menu also offers thin-crust options. Try a large, four-cheese thin crust with a garlic-butter base ($17.35), or grab a couple of strombolis ($7.29 each) and a perfectly flaky, cream-filled cannoli ($3.25).
TripAdvisors give the Granger Gino’s East an average of 2.5 owl eyes; some reviewers are mixed on the speed of service, though others point out that real deep-dish pizza is worth a wait. Nine Yelpers give the same location an average of three stars.
- The pizza is great! Great Chicago Deep Dish! – JeffSB, TripAdvisor
- If you want a quick pizza, don't order the deep dish... But why would you order anything else? Come on, a solid layer of sausage, a layer of sauce and a layer of cheese. Where else can you get filled up on 1 slice of pizza? – Em J., Yelp, 10/27/10