Anyone who’s tried nailing an oven-fresh pizza pie to a wall knows that pizza is more adept at being edible than being wall art. Today’s Groupon puts pizza back where it performs best: for $10, you get $20 worth of authentic pizza, sides, and thirst quenchers at your choice of two Randy's Pizza locations in Durham. This Groupon can be converted to Italian goodness for dine-in or carryout at either the Hope Valley Road or the Martin Luther King Parkway location.
After perusing the lengthy menu, choose from Randy's long list of fresh toppings, or entrust your taste buds to the prearranged combinations, such as the Rio Ranchero pizza dressed in diced tomatoes, crisp bacon, and ranch on a gooey bed of mozzarella ($14.95 for 14 inches, $16.95 for 16 inches, $18.95 for 18 inches) or the lasagna pizza, layered with meatballs, mozzarella, and ricotta ($16.95 for 16 inches). For those who don't associate sharing with caring, Randy's has classic single-serving items including beef gyros ($4.95), overstuffed strombolis ($6.95), and finger-friendly buffalo wings ($6.99 for 10). Grab a slice of either cheese or a one-topping-topped pizza ($2.50) or opt for a crisp salad (starting at $3.50 for a one-serving side and going up to $18.95 for a seven- to 10-serving large) available in chef, Greek, garden, and Caesar varieties.
Like any prince residing in Bel Air, Randy's strives to bring the freshness daily by preparing hand-rolled dough and slow-cooked sauces with a not-so-secret ingredient: style. Each creation is prepped on a sturdy slab of slate and nurtured in the glowing heat of signature brick ovens. With Randy's casual atmosphere, today's Groupon is the perfect chance for friends and racquetball partners to truly bond.
This Groupon is not valid toward alcohol.
- This is streetsmart pizza which knows the importance is in the sauce and the dough. The pies are so big, you have to fold the slices to eat them. This is the closest thing to New York pizza south of Staten Island. – rinkmurray, Citysearch
- This is among the best pizza in the Triangle. Hugely crowded during the RTP lunch rush, but worth the wait. Folks working there have been there for years, it's fun to watch them work through the rush. Love their white pizzas, calzones are HUGE (1/2 for lunch, 1/2 for dinner... – ediblerock, Urbanspoon