In the absence of pizza, overzealous disk devourers frequently attempt to consume frisbees, Roombas, and pre–Christopher Columbus models of the earth. Explore a new gastronomic world with today’s Groupon to redFlame Pizzeria. Choose from the following options:
- For $14, you get a pizza dinner and beer for two people (including one pizza and two beers, up to a $32 value).
- For $28, you get a pizza dinner and beer for four people (including two pizzas and four beers, up to a $64 value).
- For $42, you get a pizza dinner and beer for six people (including three pizzas and six beers, up to a $96 value).
Explore a robust menu of more than 15 original pies at redFlame Pizzeria, which are cooked amid flavor-fanning flames. Fresh, locally sourced toppings splish, splash, and jet ski across homemade red sauce in redFlame varieties such as the Southside, a medley of hot giardiniera vegetables and chili oil soothed by juicy italian beef. Tomato-free whiteFlame options enlist garlic oil, ricotta, and romano cheese to complement hunger squashers. Alternatively, customize create-a-Flame pies with up to three meat and veggie toppings, or one premium topping such as shrimp, prosciutto, or bite-size mini pizzas.
Wash down slices with any bubbly brew, including seven craft beers on tap, from a Lagunitas Dogtown pale ale to a Dogfish Head 60 Minute IPA. Within redFlame, a century-old mahogany bar stretches beneath a sparkling wall of wine battles, while outside, an outdoor patio cozies up to an herb garden as perfumed as a rose at a speed-dating expo.
RedFlame Pizzeria delights palates with traditional Italian eats and original creations crafted from house-made dough, sauces, and locally sourced ingredients. The pizzeria's two-step roasting routine diligently grills dough disks before kissing topped pies with a searing flame and finding each pizza guilty of being delicious. Diners enjoy full-flavored meals in the restaurant's comfortable, cozy environs, accompanied by a wine wall stashed with more than 500 bottles of vino, as well as a stately century-old mahogany bar made partially from Captain Ahab's peg leg.