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What You'll Get
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. Hack a circle into triangles with today's deal: for $7, you get $15 worth of pizza, pasta, salad, and more at Pacific Coast Pizza. This Groupon is good for dine-in, delivery, or pick-up.
Pacific Coast's extensive menu is topped by savory appetizers such as fried ravioli and hot spinach and artichoke dip (both $4.99), as well as fresh, creatively composed salads ($2.49–$6.99). Start your table with something to share as you direct your gastronomic goggles toward the pizzeria's 21 touted specialty pies, including six circles sans meat to happify herbivores and ward off wandering cannibalistic cows. The Tsunami is Pacific Coast's signature crusted creation, supporting a small army of ingredients including pepperoni, smoked ham, sausage, mushrooms, green peppers, black olives, and smoked gouda ($17.99 for a medium). If your mom always said that you were artistic, creative, and as handsome as a young Dennis Hopper, test her assertion by designing your own masterpie. Select from a long list of fresh ingredients and sundry sauces to top your choice of the eatery's Italian white or rosemary-whole-wheat crust ($11.29 for 14", $1.99/topping). Fresh-baked pastas dishes ($8.99) and creative focaccia sandwiches ($6.99–$7.29) allow patrons to show off their fork-wielding and hidden-ingredient-guessing skills.
A spacious, yet cozy interior encourages Pacific Coast patrons to stay a while, rewarding feasters with homey views of flat-screen TVs broadcasting the day's most anticipated sports games. An expansive outdoor patio accommodates astronomy buffs that have always wanted to mirror their favorite constellations in eight-ball sets.
An impressive 92% of Urbanspooners give Pacific Coast Pizza the thumbs-up.
- The pizza was delicious and our server was very polite and informative. I never expected such a large menu at a pizza place, but she didn't seem to mind answering our questions and even seemed excited to talk about certain items. – sdt2006
- Friendly joint and good pie. TV's nice in back to watch games too with a cold one. – TrumanTheTiger
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 20, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Must buy at least 1 food item. No cash back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Pacific Coast Pizza
Pacific Coast Pizza’s chefs may dish up pizzeria cuisine in a fun, beach-inspired atmosphere—but they take their food seriously, baking their own focaccia, submarine buns, and flatbread each day for sandwiches. Their 21 signature pizzas bear breezy names and hearty toppings, such as the Wipe Out, a Thai-inspired pizza with sweet chili sauce, chicken, and peanuts, and the Malibu, which sports ground beef, sautéed mushrooms, and bacon with swiss and mozzarella cheese.
Those who’d like to engineer their own pies also have plenty of options. Diners start by choosing a size and an italian white or rosemary whole-wheat crust. Then, they pick one of 11 sauces, which range from classic red sauce to apple butter and smoky barbecue sauce, before adding cheeses such as cheddar, imported chevre, and smoked gouda. Once that’s done, the hard work really begins with the topping selection. Diners choose from 75 toppings, piling on veggies such as sweet garlic peppers and artichoke hearts, adding shrimp, roast beef, and other meats, and tossing in coconut, pineapple, and granny smith apples.
Before custom pies come bubbling out of the oven, diners sit back, order up a Shock Top draft beer or bottle of Fat Tire, and catch a game on one of the bar’s 10 flat-panel HDTVs. Pacific Coast Pizza also has an outdoor patio, where guests can savor slices, loaded salads, and pastas and taunt birds with their delicious people food. For those who want to dine at home, the eatery offers free delivery.