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. Come to a dinnertime consensus with today's Groupon to Sparky's Pizzeria and Grill in Jackson. Choose between the following options:
- For $49, you get a 25-person party package (a $99.99 total value), which includes:
- One large garden-salad bowl
- Five 18" pizzas
- 50 chicken tenders
- For $10, you get $20 worth of pizza, grilled fare, and drinks.
Sparky's Pizzeria and Grill's menu boasts freshly prepared pizza, burgers, salads, and sizzling steaks from the grill. Perfect for birthdays, corporate picnics, or attracting sharks strangely partial to pizza, the party package facilitates feeding frenzies of up to 25 people with a large garden salad, 50 hand-breaded chicken tenders, and five 18" pizzas. Like a football made out of helmet-attracting magnets, the New York–style thin- or thick-and-chewy-crust pizzas come with unlimited toppings, including meats, vegetables, cheeses, and sauces, from a list of more than 20 different ingredients. The boneless white-meat chicken tenders provide an auxiliary supply of finger foods when the pizza-well runs dry, and the garden-salad bowl helps spruce up plate landscapes.
Dine-in patrons can cross cheesy sticks ($5.99) to battle out a pecking order before sinking teeth into a freshly prepared specialty pizza ($3.99–$14.99), such as the bacon crumble-, ham-, and pineapple-laden hawaiian. Forks reminisce about the Old West with a buffalo-chicken salad ($5.99) before frolicking with knives over a 21-day-aged 8 oz. sirloin ($11.99) or holding a sit-down with a mushroom-swiss burger ($5.99). To cap off meals or extended breath-holding contests, a chocolate, vanilla, or strawberry homemade shake ($2.99) sweetens palates, and the Cookie Monster ($4.49) terrorizes a skillet loaded with homemade cookies, ice cream, a dollop of chocolate and caramel syrup, and two dueling spoons.
The sports-themed pizzeria basks diners in a casual atmosphere via its exposed brick-and-stonework interior and the warm glow of the 42-inch plasma television. An arcade room distracts children from the sense of ennui that comes with the realization that pizza, like everything else, must come to an end.