After decades of study, researchers have determined that menus boasting a wide array of culinary choices are more popular than those dedicated to dry toast. Choose your own taste-bud adventure with today's Groupon: for $7, you get $14 worth of pizza and more at Pete's Pizza in Bayside.
Dishing up more than just pies, the pan-cultural cooks at Pete's Pizza serve a menu of Italian, Greek, and American favorites. Pepperoni, mushrooms, and melted mozzarella twirl gleefully in Pete's special spaghetti ($10.95), and fresh basil, mozzarella, and olive oil pin down the small margherita pizza's plum-tomato-sauce base ($13.95). More Hellenic flavors can be found in the chicken-kabob platter ($7.45–$10.95), accompanied by greek salad, pita bread, and fries or rice. Or, opt for a culinary dose of patriotism with the star-spangled half-pound Angus cheeseburger, which pledges a tasty allegiance to cheese while flagging down hungry supporters ($4.75).
A bevy of beverages washes down Pete's many meals, including soft drinks ($1.50–$2.95), bottles of domestic and imported beer ($3.50–$4), and flagons of fermented grape juice ($13.95).
Pete's Pizza's culinary artisans transcend their pizza title by delving into pasta, sandwiches, and internationally inspired fare. Unorthodox toppings of ziti, shrimp scampi, and philly steak make their way onto a host of creative pies that excite diners' palates and provide important supplies for the Pillsbury Doughboy's frisbee team. Meanwhile, Greek gyros and souvlaki cool off beneath creamy tzatziki sauce, and steamy pasta plates don a kaleidoscope of sauces as diners shape sprinklings of parmesan into jaunty Italian snowmen.