Choose from Three Options
- $35 for one 29-inch pizza challenge for two, valid Monday-Thursday ($60 value)
- $35 for one 29-inch pizza challenge for two, valid any day ($60 value)
- $10 for $20 worth of Italian food, valid Monday-Thursday
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The 29-inch pizza challenge consists of one four-topping, 29-inch pie, two diners, and 30 minutes. If diners eat the whole thing in the allotted time, they don’t have to pay for the pizza. Winners of challenge are also awarded a free 14” pizza per month for a year, shirts, and a place on the wall of fame.
Schiappa's Restaurant - O'Fallon
The pizzas at Schiappa's top off at around 40 inches, but don't mistake size for novelty. Each pizza, from the 9-inch cheese pies to colossal specialties with pepperoni, italian sausage, and green peppers, are made from house-made dough and topped with hand-picked ingredients. Schiappa's opened in the late 70s, but its lineage traces back to Italy, and the proprietors continue to approach their pies with reverence and premium toppings like cappicola and sun-dried tomatoes. The eatery is also famous for its pizza challenges—a group of three that devours a 36-inch pie in 30 minutes wins a free pizza every month for a year. Schiappa's also crafts Sicilian pizza and offers gluten-free pie as well. Non-pizza items are in abundance too, from toasted ravioli to hand-rolled beef cannelloni, and wings in nine different flavors that will satisfy any wing connoisseur's appetite. For the diner that wants to try a bit of everything, the lunch buffet is open seven days a week 11 a.m.–2 p.m., and features a salad bar, pizza, pasta, wings, and fried chicken.