What You'll Get
Eating at home is so relaxing that your body may fall asleep mid-digestion—ergo, it's best to eat as close to a game of air hockey as possible. Worry your way into a well-digested meal with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of pizza, pasta, game tokens, and more at Pirate Island Pizza in Orem.
Majestic cannons extend from the wall of a realistic pirate ship in Pirate Island Pizza's fantastical surroundings, as family-friendly fare and adventurous entertainment satisfies swashbuckling sprouts and hungry adults alike. Esurient expeditions can set sail with a dish of Pirate Coconut Shrimp ($8.99) and follow with a choice of bread bundles such as the Buccaneer Beef Sandwich, a fresh ciabatta bun filled with grilled black Angus steak, chipotle mayonnaise, sautéed peppers and onions, and draped in melted swiss cheese ($7.99).
Like department-store mannequins at secret after-hours parties, pizzas come in a variety of sizes and don an array of inventive attire, with widths ranging from the 10-inch Deck Hand ($6.99) to the hulking 24-inch Kraken ($34.99), perfect for feeding famished families or swaddling cheeseless newborns. Creative combinations of pizza toppings, such as the Exotic Pearl—topped with jerk chicken, onions, peppers, and mango salsa—host mouth luaus without any grass-skirt chaffing, and the Bachelor's Delight calms carnivorous cravings with savory pepperoni and mozzarella cheese. A convenient lunch buffet ($5.99) also makes for delectable midday meals with a limitless supply of breadsticks, soup, salad, and pizza.
An ominous cave-like portal leads token-wielding tots into the arcade, where electronic attractions, including a laser-shooting gallery, racing games, and a merry-go-round, entertain joystick jockeys and offer up tickets for prizes. In addition to fare and festivities, deal buyers also receive $5 off the Island Hopper package ($59–$89), a punch card offered once annually that features a bevy of deals on food and tokens. Redeem the package discount by entering the word groupon in the coupon code on the website by March 5.
- it is possible to get a tasty meal at a reasonable price, and the many distractions for the small fry mean adults have plenty of time to chat. – Stacey Kratz, Deseret News
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 3, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.