Communal dining is easy when the food is already divided, like a presliced pizza or a turkey that has already been through a protracted custody battle. Split and share with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$10 for $20 worth of pizza
$20 for a pizza meal for four (up to a $43 total value)
- One 18” specialty pizza, or one three-topping pizza (up to a $26 value)
- Two salads (a $5 value each)
- One order of cheesy garlic breadsticks (a $7 value)<p>
The menu includes specialty pizzas such as the Angry Swine with pepperoni, bacon, and jalapenos, and the Mushroom Mayhem with button and portobello mushrooms, truffle oil, spinach, and rosemary ($7.50–$26). Diners can also complement pies with spinach salads ($5), and local, craft draft beers such as Ruhstaller 1881 and Track 7 Daylight Amber Ale ($4 for a pint).<p>
Old Town Pizzeria
More than 15 microbrews pour from the taps at Old Town Pizzeria, where pints sidle up to pizzas topped with gourmet ingredients ranging from truffle oil and artichoke hearts to linguica and grilled chicken. The flavors of Rubicon IPA and Scrimshaw Pilsner play well with the nuances found within the Garlic Blues’ blue cheese, roasted garlic, onions, walnuts, and sun-dried tomatoes. The pizzeria also stocks a brawny selection of meats for use in pizzas such as the No Sleep 'Till Brooklyn, whose combination of mozzarella, ricotta, house-made meatballs, and basil is palatable to both beasts and boys. Hearty salads, hot wings, and breadsticks help round out the menu.
92% of 215 customers recommend
“We enjoyed it....have told others about it....will be back :)”
“Thank you for a wonderful pizza, everyone try this place no disappointments, we will be returing soon :)”
“If you think Papa Johns and similar pizza is good then don't bother. If you enjoy quality ingrediants, a joint with its own identity and taste, a great atmosphere...”
“If you think Papa Johns and similar pizza is good then don't bother. If you enjoy quality ingrediants, a joint with its own identity and taste, a great atmosphere where both adults and kids will be happy than you will dig this place.”