Although experts agree that pizza is good year-round, other tomato-based treats, such as the marinara slip ’n’ slide, are only good in the summer. Tuck into all-weather eats with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of pizza and more at The Manhattan Pie Co. in Georgetown.
The Manhattan Pie Co. quells hunger uprisings with a menu spilling over with hand-tossed New York–style pizzas, pastas, subs, and more. Like ice cream and bridal parties, the jumbo wings come in a varied number of sizes and flavors, such as spicy or mild buffalo, honey or mesquite barbecue, teriyaki, and parmesan garlic ($7.99 for 10). Circle seekers can choose from more than 30 different thin-crust specialty pizzas, or craft their own from 10 different types of cheese and 25 gourmet toppings.
Take a swing at the Great Bambino, which features a starting lineup of chicago italian meatballs, pepperoni, red onions, tomatoes, and fresh minced garlic ($11.25–$23.70). The 50/50 pizza is a study in conflict resolution, with its light touch of fresh basil pesto, sun-dried tomatoes, and le gruyere cheese that is sure to please the pickiest palates ($11.55–$22.45). Diners who prefer crust on all sides can nosh on the manhattan cheesesteak sandwich ($6.99), the mixed-meat calzone ($7.99), or a lava-coated slice of the earth's mantle. Like an all-salad replica of the House of Commons, The Manhattan Pie Co. builds its creations on a fresh, solid foundation. The pizza dough, made from unbleached wheat flour, gets a hearty slathering of slow-cooked sauce and toppings made from preservative-free ingredients that are cut daily.