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What You'll Get
Chefs often argue about the best temperature for cooking pizza, but nearly all agree it needs to have the full 360 degrees of a circle. Round out your culinary curiosity with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of wood- and coal-fired pizzas, wine, and more at Sono Wood Fired. Soft woods, exposed brick, the oak bar, and moody lighting throughout Sono Wood Fired add to the intimate ambience of the blazing, Italian wood oven on display. Sono, which either means I am or supreme nosher (or both together), offers a fresh menu of 14- to 16-inch bubbly, toasted-crust pizzas such as the soppressata diavola ($14), topped with spicy soppressata, bufala, tomatoes, charred onions, and basil, as well as white pizzas such as the prosciutto ($15), an arugula, provolone, and mozzarella matrimony. Diners looking to expand their stomach horizons can chow authentic Italian antipasta, salads, pasta, and bruschetta or sip impressive wines.
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Yelpers give Sono Wood Fired an average of 3.5 stars:
- great ambiance [sic], a lovely bar, and absolutely delicious wood-fired pizza. not to mention a fantastic wine list with many reasonable options, and delicious salads and appetizers. – marissa d.
- Pizza the way I like it... FINALLY in Chicago a good Italian wood fired pizza place. Cozy place where it's dim lights, soft music, and good pizza. – Gleanlife G.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 23, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Burger Bar Chicago
At this Chicago restaurant-scene staple, burgers go beyond basic beef between buns. Stretching traditional notions of this American classic, patties made with bison, wild boar, chorizo, and rabbit make their way between pretzel rolls and sliced brioche. These stacked meats, in turn, get dressed up in toppings ranging from typical pickles and lettuce to pork pâte, jalapeño aioli, and upwards of 10 choices of cheese, many of which hail from Midwestern farms.
To complement these uncommon combinations, more than 100 beers are available, with taps representing hometown heroes like Revolution and farther-flung favorites such as Ommegang and Abita. For dessert, try a hand-spun chocolate or banana-Nutella milkshake, and make it boozy for just a few extra bucks.