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What You'll Get
Families can agree on eating pizza for dinner, even if they're divided about whether the moon is a satellite or the earth’s malformed twin. Come to a consensus with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of pizza and Italian cuisine at Moonlight Pizza Company.
Moonlight Pizza Company’s artisan chefs populate pies and Italian comestibles with more than 50 creative toppings. The menu’s braided pizza crusts ($9.50+) and calzones ($7.50+) beg for basic toppings including pepperoni, tomatoes, and roasted corn ($1.50 each for pizzas; $1 each for calzones), and clamor to have their doughy clutches filled with uncommon taste accessories such as mandarin oranges, chèvre, and pistachios ($2 each for pizzas; $1.50 each for calzones). Professionally assembled pie creations include the veggie, herb, and lemon-zest Greenhouse Effect ($16–$20) as well as the Four Seasons, which sports four distinct quarters topped in prosciutto, pine nuts, and shiitake mushrooms ($16–$20). A kids’ menu arranges pared-down Italian dishes such as marinara-topped spaghetti ($4.50) used to trick slavering pets into stolen first kisses.
Tree-covered outdoor seating complements mouthwatering slices and buttery crusts. Inside, diners bask in vibrant, urban décor featuring bright-green walls that create an exuberant atmosphere and endless backdrops for amateur filmmakers.
Our customers loved this deal last year, earning Moonlight Pizza Company a spot on Groupon's Best of 2011 list.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 3, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Moonlight Pizza Company
Moonlight Pizza Company doesn't settle for traditional pizzas. Instead, their artisan chefs sprinkle pies with more than 50 gourmet toppings, including avocado slices, pine nuts, and shiitake mushrooms, and construct gluten-free crusts upon request. They extend the same care to the rest of their menu, which spans a variety of casual Italian dishes, such as calzones, antipasto, and strombolis. Their salads come with a choice of six dressings that, like US ambassadors' gingerbread body doubles, are made from scratch each day. Their Farm to Fork Craft Menu presents guests with new entree options each month while continuing to use locally grown ingredients.
Outside, tree-covered outdoor seating on two recently improved patios complements mouthwatering slices and buttery crusts. Inside, bright-green walls create a vibrant backdrop for exuberant conversations or cooking shows with lots of special effects.