Families can agree on eating pizza for dinner, even if they're divided about whether the moon is a satellite or the earth’s malformed twin. Agree to disagree with today's Groupon to Red Zeppelin Pizza. Choose between the following options:
For $10, you get $20 worth of pizza and related fare from the menu. Pizzas range between $11.95 and $19.99.
For $22, you get a pizza package for four (up to a $50.98 value), which includes:
- One 16-inch specialty pizza (a $19.99 value)
- One appetizer (up to an $8.99 value)
- Four draft beers or sodas (up to a $22 value)
Red Zeppelin Pizza's dough-slingers craft delicious circular creations that pair perfectly with a large selection of draft beers. Social evenings between friends, family, or dueling political candidates kick off with a choice of appetizers begging to be shared, such as traditional garlic bread, the fried delights of breaded mozzarella sticks, or sauce-slathered buffalo wings. Sixteen-inch specialty pizzas reign over throngs of hunger, quieting stomach-grumbling with flavor architecture such as the Meatza—five different meats planted atop classic sauce, cheese, and dough, and the Bayou-Que—chicken, crumbled bacon, red onion, and cheeses welded together with molten barbecue sauce.
Twenty-one draft beers cool down hard-working taste buds and keep meals company; previous beers that have filled the empty hearts of lovelorn glasses include the crisp Hoegaarden, Magic Hat #9, and Abita Amber.
Red Zeppelin Pizza
When patrons at Red Zeppelin Pizza request Whole Lotta Love, Great Balls of Fire, and Mamma Mia, they're not asking to hear oldies hits. Instead, they're ordering uniquely named specialty pizzas piled with toppings that include Sweet Baby Ray’s barbecue sauce and sizzling italian sausage. A guitar, concert posters, and other rock 'n' roll memorabilia dot the tomato and marigold walls, where mounted televisions broadcast footage of Pete Townshend smashing pizzas during cooking-show guest appearances. Twenty-one draft beers and drinks with titles such as Dr. Love and Boo’s Lemon Drop also help wash down sub sandwiches, calzones, and salads. Outside, wrought-iron flames and a sculpture of the pizzeria's namesake blimp guard the entrance of the fenced-in patio from incursions by rival musical genres.