$10 for $25 Worth of Pizza, Wings & More at St. Angelo's

St. Angelo's Pizza, Wings, & More

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Mark A. ·
Reviewed December 30, 2015
They have some the best pizza around

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Capture the furtive flavors of Atlanta's Best Pizza and Salad with today's Groupon: $25 worth of dine-in or carry-out for $10 at St. Angelo's Pizza, Wings, & More. The pizzeria prides itself on being "where people and pizza come together," so take your Groupon to special events such as Poker Night, Trivia Night, and Live Music Fridays.

St. Angelo's in Atlanta continues the pizza-making tradition of the Carmelite monk and delivery-boy prodigy, St. Angelo, by matching people with a diverse menu of floppy, flavorful New York–style pizzas ($11.99–$23.99). The saint himself has a namesake pie that packs five meats and four veggie toppings into a single kitchen-sink supreme; other popular pies include the Hawaii Five OH!! (Canadian ham, pineapple, and bacon), the Hotlanta BBQ (chicken, BBQ sauce, onions, cilantro, and two kinds of cheese), and the 2-Ton Tony (meat, meat, and more meat). Windy City expats and displaced Phillies can order a Chicago Deep Dish and cheese steak pizza. If hunting buffalo was your favorite part of the Louisiana Purchase, you'll want to try St. Angelo's buffalo chicken salad ($5.49 for half, $7.99 whole), or one of the 13 flavors of buffalo wings ($15.99 for 20 wings).

St. Angelo's has fast, friendly service, and the restaurant has a patio with great views of downtown, which may or may not include people playing chess on a Parcheesi board, a schnauzer petting an Irish Setter, and Teri Hatcher's husband, Howie Long.


Citysearchers give St. Angelo's 4.5 stars, Yelpers and TripAdvisors give it four, and 75% of reviewers like it on Urbanspoon:

  • If you like thin, crisp crust with a great cheese blend and fresh spicey [sic] meats this is the place for you. I first stopped by for a slice and turned around and went back for a "take out pie". I live in Alpharetta but it is worth the 30 mile drive to get the best Pizza and Salads in North Atlanta. – davidhgay, Citysearch
  • As a Yankee, I can tell you how hard it is to find a decent pizza in the South. This place has got it. The crust is perfect, the sauce is tasty, and the variety of toppings of endless. Their gelato is pretty rockin' too. – ATL_Pool_Girl, TripAdvisor
  • I went to St. Angelo's with a friend and couldn't stop coming back! I have to go there at least once a week. I love the Hawaii Five Oh pizza with it's [sic] ham, pineapple, and bacon, and the buffalo chicken salad is the best! – steveo11284, Citysearch

8-Bit Pizza

Pizza is a cultural institution, penetrating every sphere of modern media, including video games. The first pizza-inspired video game, Pizza Problems! was released by Activavision Studios (a former pinball-repair and budget key-copying service) in 1981.

Pizza Problems sold an unprecedented 300 copies in 1981, and was even briefly adapted into a Saturday morning animated series, although fans objected to Pepperoni’s portrayal as a softheaded comic foil. Activavision Studios recently announced plans for a 30th anniversary relaunch of the Pizza Problems franchise, a mature-rated gore fest featuring the sultry voice talents of David Hyde Pierce.

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Promotional value expires May 5, 2010. Amount paid never expires. 1 per table. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid for delivery. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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