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What You'll Get
If Hansel and Gretel had been munching pizza when they walked in the woods, they'd have never gotten lost, because a pepperoni trail only attracts friendly oregano flakes. Guard your path against wily birds with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $12 worth of New York–style foldable fare and drinks from NYPD Pizza in western Little Rock. This Groupon is good for dine-in or carryout only.
The New York Pizza Delicatessen menu, packed with appetizers, pizzas sporting handmade dough and hand-tossed crusts, calzones, pasta, heroes, and even dessert, revs guests up to run down hunger in any number of flavorful vehicles. Dive into cheese with mozzarella sticks ($4.99), then float to the surface of a specialty mealwheel such as the Manhattan meat lovers' pizza ($19.99 for 18-inch, $8.99 for 10-inch), a crispy canvas festooned with pepperoni, meatballs, and bacon. Or choose from more than 20 types of toppings such as fresh basil and sun-dried tomatoes to craft the Staten Island stuffed pizza, any two toppings and mozzarella crammed between two layers of pizza dough (18-inch only, $23.99). For a circle-free entree, grab a convict cheese calzone (mozzarella and ricotta, $7.99) or an eggplant parmigiana hero ($7.49) before finishing your sentence with a slice of authentically creamy NY cheesecake ($3.99).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 21, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per table, 2 per table of 4 or more. Valid for dine-in and take-out only. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About NYPD Pizza
A Big Apple–focused menu sends aromas ricocheting off the walls of NYPD Pizza, which are bedecked with New York City memorabilia and televisions screening classic films and sports. Begun in Orlando by a native New Yorker who was frustrated at the lack of New York–style pizza in his new city, NYPD Pizza bakes up New York flavor as close to authentic as possible without traveling to the Big Apple to kiss the mayor. Genre-bending plate fillers strut from the pizza menu in configurations named after notable New York locales such as the Bleecker St. baked ziti pie topped with ricotta, mozzarella, and housemade sauce. The Tri-Borough BLT tosses traditional sandwich toppings such as smoked bacon and mayo across a hand-tossed crust, and individual pieces of the Oneonta, a hot cheese slice cloaked with cool shredded mozzarella, help patrons streamline supping or learn fractions to prepare for rap battles with math teachers.
A slick mosaic of cerulean and cobalt tiles below the bar dominates the pizza joint’s bright interior, which is also festooned with petite dangling lamps, black tablecloths, and wood chairs evoking a modern lounge feel. Eyes drift to a TV screening sports behind the bar or the panoramic wall-covering mural of the Brooklyn Bridge at night. Across the room, another wall-size mural tempts doodle additions of King Kong with an aerial view of Manhattan’s skyscrapers.