The best pizzas, like the worst Elvis impersonators, are cheesy, doughy, and often live in cardboard boxes. Eat like a king with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Gourmet Pizza, Hoagies, and Salads
Stone oven baked gourmet-pizza options include the Thai Dye ($19 for a medium) with an olive-oil-and-garlic sauce, grilled curry chicken, mozzarella, roma tomatoes, cucumbers, and a swirl of chili sauce. The Bayou Bleu ($21 for a medium), meanwhile, features a spicy blue-cheese sauce topped with shrimp, andouille sausage, and chives. Vegetarian-friendly options include the teriyaki grilled-tofu hoagie ($8.25) and the avocado hoagie ($8.25), whereas meat eaters can enjoy snacks such as a trio of meatballs served with melted mozzarella on a bed of red sauce ($6.75). See the full menu.
Back in 1974, three undergrad friends in Atlanta, Georgia had a simple objective: to find a creative, progressive environment where they could enjoy the college staples of pizza and beer. When their search concluded without a spot they loved, the trio decided to open their own eclectic pizza joint in a beat-up building near the Georgia Tech campus. Today, their psychedelic pizza restaurant has locations throughout the US, with each eschewing a cookie-cutter feel by creating its own unique vibe.
The chefs specialize in gourmet pizzas, which come in eclectic flavors such as blue cheese, shrimp, and andouille sausage or chicken, cucumbers, and Thai chili sauce. Also on the menu are hearty, crusty hoagies and calzones, each with customizable options that allow clients to try out pairing ideas or see if tempeh and meatballs can coexist without canceling out all of existence itself. The shop caters to a range of dietary restrictions, offering seven styles of tofu and tempeh and vegan cheese, as well as gluten-free crusts and dough. Meals can be paired with any of the shop’s craft brews.
97% of 1,852 customers recommend
“Parking is a bit of a challenge, excellent pizza and appetizers!”
“Service was great and food was delicious”
“Very good pizza and calzones”