Pizza is a popular party food because it's customizable, easy to handle, and perfect for keeping turntables warm between DJ sets. Host a savory mouth soiree with today's Groupon to Mt. Adams Pizza & Deli in Mt. Adams. Choose between the following options:
For $10, you get $20 worth of gourmet pizza and comfort fare. Selections range from $5.50 to $21.00; build-your-own pizza options are also available.
For $15, you get a pizza meal for two (up to a $33.25 total value) that includes:
- One extra-large specialty pizza
- Two salads
- One two-liter of soda
The pie-slingers at Mt. Adams Pizza & Deli have crafted a menu replete with palate-pleasing pizzas, gyros, and hoagies, all running the gamut from health-conscious to decadent. Pizza-loving patrons can savor a classic cheese pie; build their own saucy sphere with over 20 classic toppings and ten gourmet toppings, including vegan sausage and vegan cheese; or embark for the crusted coasts of the vegetarian greek pizza, which packs an Athenian wedding's worth of spinach and feta flavors without the airfare and broken plates. Alternatively, dining duos can conquer a 16-inch specialty pizza, such as the meat-daubed king of the hill or the jalapeño-topped diablo chicken. Guests can also enjoy two small salads and an included two-liter of soda to wash down their meal or wage Olympic-style chugging competitions.
Open until 3 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, Mt. Adams Pizza & Deli gives late-night revelers their second wind, and early-morning bass fishermen the creative energy to attract fish with nothing but their open-verse poetry.
Mt. Adams Pizza
The chefs at Mt. Adams Pizza are more than happy to let you create your own pizza from their collection of more than 30 toppings—including buffalo chicken, gyro meat, vegan sausage, and roasted red peppers. But they’ve also engineered a selection of specialty pizzas, including the white Diablo Chicken pizza, which they load up with buffalo chicken, blue cheese, and jalapeño peppers. They can craft gluten-free pizzas smothered in vegan cheese, as well as vegetarian-friendly pizzas. Gyros, calzones, and Italian-inspired hoagies round out the menu. The chefs keep cooking until 3 a.m. on Friday and Saturday, when college students are most in need of a study break.