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What You'll Get
Research shows that people who have never eaten an authentic thin-crust pizza are far more likely to get conned by street vendors selling pizza that is actually a cunningly disguised pretzel. Clear up the confusion with this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of Pizza, Pasta, and American Cuisine
Two sheets of crust ensconce cheese and toppings ($1.59 each) inside the Saverio's stuffed pizza ($15.99–$20.99). A list of eight specialty pizzas includes the B.O.S.S., which sports bacon, onions, sausage, and barbecue sauce ($15.49–$24.49). Housemade meat sauce or marinara covers pastas such as cheese ravioli ($8.99) and spaghetti ($7.50), and American offerings span burgers, wings, and hot dogs. Click here to see the full menu.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only at 1480 N Orchard Rd. location. Valid for delivery within 5 mile radius of restaurant location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Papa Saverio's Pizza
In the four decades since the first Papa Saverio’s opened its doors, the pizzeria has expanded to more than 20 locations but stayed true to the family recipes its founders brought from Italy. As a tribute to their long paddle across the Atlantic, a Venetian gondola wraps around the pizzeria’s logo; though the boat’s five-pronged prow has become its signature of sorts, it’s Saverio’s oven-baked pies that continue to earn the eatery new fans. Guests can choose from a menu of specialty pizzas or create their own from more than 25 toppings and five crusts, including a double-stuffed crust that nearly bursts with melted cheese. Chefs also churn out Italian classics, such as calzones, family-size pasta dishes, house-specialty ribs, and fried chicken. Lest anyone question the Italian origins of the latter two items, the pizzeria serves each with a buttery garlic breadstick.