$10 for $20 Worth of Chicago-Style Pizza and Drinks at Nicolo's Pizza


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In a Nutshell

  • 30+ years of family recipe pizza
  • New dine-in and bar area
  • Array of specialty sauces
  • Wine, draft beer & mixed drinks

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Jul 19, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Dine-in only. Not valid towards happy hour. Valid only at Denver location. Tax included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Though infamous for his criminal cunning, John Dillinger was finally brought down by his weakness taking dates out for Chicago-style pizza and a movie. Succumb to a savory weakness with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of gourmet Chicago-style pizza and drinks from Nicolo's Pizza in Capital Hill.

For more than 30 years, the stalwart spinners at Nicolo's Pizza have flown saucers of family-recipe, Chicago-style pizza to Denver domiciles. The recently added dining room and bar offers a new venue in which to enjoy an expansive menu of flavorful Italian favorites. Cheese-craving architects can construct their own wonder wheels ($7.99–$13.99), dabbing from a palette that includes red marinara, pesto, and wing sauces such as passion-fruit habenero. Dot your edible oeuvre with toppings such as homemade sausage, blue cheese, artichoke hearts, and green chile ($1–$1.75 each). Time-tested specialty pizzas are available, and any pie may be transmuted into calzone form. The radius-phobic can indulge in unrounded eats such as angel-hair spaghetti ($5.99) with homemade sausage (add $3.50) or a slow-braised italian beef sandwich ($7.99).

Enjoy Nicolo's myriad sauces while keeping yourself well sauced with the available wine, draft beers, or mixed drinks. As the flat-screen-decked bar area streams sports, C-SPAN reruns, and more, the pool table and video-game collection provide more tangible forms of amusement.

Nicolo's Pizza

When most people think of Chicago-style pizza, they probably imagine a dense, deep-dish pie weighed down by an inches-thick layer of cheese. But the chefs at Nicolo's Pizza point to a different definition offered up by famed Chicago film critic Roger Ebert. In an interview with Vanity Fair , Ebert estimated that as much as 85 percent of Chicago's pizza is built upon a thin crust, and that what really sets the city's pies apart is the homemade sauces and crusts cooked up by Chicago's abundant Italian population.

That's exactly the type of Chicago-style pizza that Nicolo's has been dishing up for more than 30 years, using recipes born generations ago in Italy. Each thin or hand-rolled crust is made fresh every day, topped with a choice of sauce such as traditional red, alfredo, or garlicky extra virgin olive oil, then baked in an authentic stone-bottom oven. Patrons can choose their own ingredients––which range from artichoke hearts to green chilies––or choose one of the shop's specialties such as Buffalo Pie, a ranch-based pizza topped with chicken, celery, carrots, and mozzarella, or the Besto Pesto with Chicken, featuring chicken, black olives, artichoke hearts, and provolone cheese with a pesto sauce. Beyond the pizza pan, chefs painstakingly assemble layers of fresh noodles, ricotta, and sauce into classic meaty or vegetarian lasagna and slather chicken wings in a variety of sauces, including pomegranate chipotle and thai peanut.

Customer Reviews

Delivery was fast. Cheese sticks were excellent, pizza was above average, but was hoping for better given the expense. All in all not bad.
Chris H. · April 22, 2017
Fast delivery. Great food.
Eli L. · April 9, 2017
fun atmosphere, amazing food, besto pesto pasta is excellent! BIngo night on Saturday is fun
Jessica M. · July 14, 2014

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