With its perfect symmetry and equidistant radii, the circle is the pinnacle shape of Euclidean geometry, appearing in nature in the awe-inspiring forms of water ripples, crop circles, and deep-dish pizzas. Enjoy nature’s finest work of art with today’s Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of Italian fare and drinks at South of Philly Pizzeria. Choose between the locations on Ashley River Road and Windermere Boulevard.
South of Philly Pizzeria tosses together sandwiches, pasta, and eponymous pies using hand-lobbed crusts and 100%-fresh ingredients to create its menu of Italian ingenuity. Its inventory of signature pizzas ($11–$19) spans from the ferociously carnivorous “T-Rex” to the “Apollo,” a not-so-mythical mélange of spinach, olives, fresh tomato, and feta cheese on a roasted-garlic-butter base. Fans of overturned edibles will covet the calzone and create-a-zone (starting at $7.50), while pasta twirlers can tackle the chicken cacciatore ($8) or the Philly-inspired phettucini alfredo, which exudes brotherly love ($7.75). Each of the savory steak sandwiches is fortified with a half pound of shaved rib eye, and comes with a plethora of topping choices—from the provolone, fried onions, sweet peppers, and mushrooms of Da Bomb to the marinara and mozzarella of the pizza-steak sandwich, the Italian equivalent of Frankenstein’s monster ($7.50 each).