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What You'll Get
Not only does thin-crust pizza taste better—it’s also more likely to pass as a postcard in the event that the delivery guy’s car breaks down. Enjoy some skinny deliciousness with today’s Groupon for pizza and Italian fare at Primo Pizza & Grill in Woodbridge. Choose between two options:
- For $10, you get $20 worth of dinner and drinks after 3 p.m.
- For $6, you get $12 worth of lunch and drinks before 3 p.m.
The aroma of traditional Italian pizza, dinners, subs, and spices fills the air at Primo Pizza & Grill. The pizza masters at Primo make their signature thin crust by hand every morning after an invigorating swim through a marinara river, never using frozen dough or allowing machines to lay their cold, riveted hands on it. The pizzas ($9.95/small, $10.95/large, $13.95/sicilian; toppings extra) bask in toppings from traditional green peppers and olives to gourmet options such as ham and broccoli. The flavors of the old country endure in the Grandma specialty pie ($16.95), spicily bedazzled with garlic, basil, and parmesan. The wide-ranging menu brims with hot and cold subs, pasta dinners, and Italian classics such as the chicken cacciatore ($14.95). Primo’s chefs happily whip up special requests for diners superstitious about eating dishes that have been immortalized in ink.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 2, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for meal option purchased. Delivery fee not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Primo Pizza & Grill
At Primo Pizza & Grill, chefs whirl handmade dough and whole, peeled tomatoes into a variety of thin-crust pizzas. While the menu includes classic standbys such as the hawaiian pizza, customers can also create their own perfect pies from toppings such as garlic, mushrooms, pepperoni, and sausage. What really shines through, however, is the restaurant’s large selection of specialty pies: buffalo-chicken pizza is topped with chicken and zesty buffalo sauce; Nutella pizza with brown and powdered sugar; and the American-style pizza gets topped with steak, peppers, onions, american cheese, and a pervasive dislike of the metric system.
While pizza dominates the menu, diners can also explore traditional Italian entrees, including dinner specialties such as chicken scampi, veal milanese, and spaghetti with clam sauce.