The most common Internet password is “pizza123,” demonstrating America’s love for this Italian delight, as well as its complete inability to protect sensitive information. Crack the code of the nation's favorite culinary pastime with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of Chicago-style pizza and drinks at Nancy’s Pizza. This deal is only valid for redemption at the Buckhead location on Peachtree Road.
The menu at Nancy’s Pizza teases open mouths with a flavorable variety of stuffed and thin-crust pizzas alongside taste-bud-tempting starters, salads, and sandwiches. Prime palates with eight zesty Italian chicken wings ($8.75), or lodge tiny bites of garlic bread ($3.79) discretely into your mouth to savor melted mozzarella and ward off table vampires. Pizzaholics can choose from 27 fresh ingredients as they build a 2.5-inch-thick pie from the ground up, or they can opt for a signature stuffed option such as the chicken cacciatore ($22.19–$29.59) or Nana’s special, stuffed with muscle-building spinach and mushrooms ($19.09–$25.29). Roasted Italian-beef sandwiches ($6.79) and Greek salads ($5.75–$8.99) fill empty stomachs on court-mandated pauses from pizza consumption.
The Nancy’s Pizza saga started back in 1971, when Nancy and Rocco Palese opened their first pizza parlor in Chicago and created the first stuffed crust, inspired by an Easter specialty pie used in Easter specialty slapstick routines. Enjoy epic pizza the way nature intended with today’s Groupon to Nancy’s Pizza.
Nancy's Pizza has won a number of awards and competitions nationwide. Citysearchers give the Buckhead location a near-perfect 4.5-star average, and Yelpers give it 3.5 stars. More than 1,000 Facebookers are fans, and more than 75% of Urbanspooners like it.
- See, I LOVE cheese, and never in my life have I encountered a cheesier pizza. It really should be called cheese pie instead of pizza. This mound of cheese is surrounded by deliciously baked crust that is flaky on the outside but soft and dense on the inside. To top it off, a generous helping of marinara sauce. – Charisse M., Yelp
- The sides are about 2-3 inches high, and about a pound or more of cheese and other ingredients in the center. This is not the kind of pizza you pick up and fold up. You definitely need a knife and fork, but it's worth it! – craving4food, Citysearch
3167 Peachtree Rd. NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30305Get Directions