Pizza was invented shortly after fire was contained to ovens and the invention of cars provided a more reliable means of delivery than catapults. Eat a state-of-the-art slice with today’s Groupon: for $23, you get a meal for four for carryout from Reggio’s Pizza (a $47.96 value, including tax), valid at the Halsted Street and 87th Street locations. The meal includes:
- 10 buffalo wings (an $8.50 value)
- Two 14-inch one-topping pizzas (a $31 value)
- Four sodas (a $4 value)<p>
For more than 40 years, the dough disciples at Reggio’s Pizza have crafted homemade butter-crust bases strewn with a multitude of fresh toppings. A duo of Chicago-style rounds can be layered with sausage, covered in veggies, or disguised as an inconspicuous pile of pepperoni according to the eater’s topping desires. Ten saucy buffalo wings parade single-file into mouths while four sodas cool esophagi flustered by the advances of piping-hot pizzas. Reggio’s famous frozen pies dazzle mouths in more than 20 states, but only in Chicagoland can diners carry out the fresh restaurant-made pizzas that have made freezers obsolete.