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What You'll Get
Today's Groupon melts a mound of mouth-watering cheese atop a crust tastier and more tomato-sauced than even the crispiest pizza parts of Earth's lithosphere. For $10, you get $25 worth of pizza, pasta, and more at MAD Pizza, a hot and saucy pizzeria that cooks up preposterously delicious pies. You can meditate on your own perfectly meated and cheesed mandala at MAD's First Hill, Madison Park, South Lake Union/Fremont, or Starfire locations. This Groupon is good for dine-in or carryout only.
Each MAD location has a variety of fare from which to choose; the 4021 East Madison St. menu, for example, has 10 types of madcap, meaty specialty pies such as the Prozac pie with Italian sausage, pepperoni, salami, black olives, mushrooms, and onions ($18.99 for a 12-inch). Gayot recommends the "Maditerranean:” mozzarella, salami, capers, green peppers, red onions, and fresh basil over a pesto base ($18.99 12-inch). Artistes skilled in the medium of pizza (known as "pizzers") can create their own pies by choosing from 10 meat options (including jerk chicken and black-forest ham), four types of sauce, 18 vegetable choices (such as kalamata olives and artichoke hearts), and even fruits and nuts (up to $2.29 per topping). A herd of rabbits disguised as a human, meanwhile, can order any of 10 vegetarian pies. MAD also serves salads such as the MAD chopper (chopped pepperoni, Jamaican jerk chicken, green and red peppers, red onions, and parmesan cheese with basil Italian dressing, $7.99 for a whole portion), which can make a nice pair with the madaccini pasta.
MAD's pizzerias are clean and comfortable eateries with fast, friendly staff. The seasoned piesmen carefully combine the freshest ingredients with the crispiest crusts and savoriest sauces—making their pizzas taste as good as pizza always looks in cartoons. Go a little MAD today and treat the entire asylum to some of Seattle's yummiest pizza.
Prices vary at different locations.
Gayot reviewed MAD Pizza:
- With names like Prozac Pie, MAD Life Crisis and MADiterranean, Mad Pizza lives up to its reputation for insanely good pizzas. – Gayot
- The pizza is fabulous. I love their crust and I am not a vegetarian but they have good vege options for those who are. The guys that work here are so nice and friendly too. – Ballard Girl, Urbanspoon
- I loved this pizza. Great thin crust, awesome sauce, and I got my pizza delivered in less than 30 minutes (which for a Thursday night was awesome). – jt5472, Citysearch
- Mad Pizza is one of my all-time favorites for the savory breadsticks that are made from real pizza dough. The spices they use in their marinara sauce are unlike any I've had and the pizza crust has the texture of perfection. – C M., Insider Pages
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 13, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiples as gifts. Dine-in or carryout only. Limit 1 per table. Not valid with other offers or delivery. Tax & gratuity not included. No cash back. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Mad Pizza
In addition to serving up slices at four brick-and-mortar locations, Mad Pizza delivers its meat- and veggie-laden pies throughout Seattle. From store to store, the menu of each restaurant shares madness-themed entree names, such as the Mad pepperoni, the Maditerranean pizza—which hoists pesto, salami, and capers—and the Mad Scientist pizza, baked over a bunsen burner. They also prepare succulent Chicago–style italian beef sandwiches and meatball subs.