Blanket your stomach with the wool comforter of food groups with today's Groupon. For $15, you'll get $30 worth of freshly made comfort food at Sublime Pizza, a family-owned eatery specializing in warm, cheesy, made-from-scratch tastes.
Start with a heaping cone of warm celestial fries ($3.99), served with your choice of aioli or ketchup. Inventive takes on macaroni and cheese include applewood-smoked-bacon-studded Yearning ($6.75–15.75), spicy ham and jalapeno Fiery ($6.99–$16.49), and truffle-oil- and mushroom-packed Infatuation ($7.49-$16.99). All are made with a rich bechamel sauce of sharp cheddar and Monterrey jack cheese and topped with a parmesan breadcrumb crust. Order a game-changing grilled cheese made with breads delivered daily from local bakeries, including the pulled pork ($7.99), jalapeno popper ($7.49), and meatball ($7.99). Customize one of Sublime's namesake pies according to size and toppings, or order off its menu of specialty pizzas. Round off the meal with a freshly made canoli stuffed with sweet cream and chocolate chips ($1.99).
After fussing over fancy holiday dinner parties and formal meals with relatives, seek refuge with a carb-centric feast of familiar flavors. Those looking for lighter options can try Sublime's salads, like the spinach with applewood bacon, red onion, egg, and bacon-spinach dressing ($7.99), or the house ($6.99).
Yelpers give Sublime Pizza 3.5 stars:
- What really stood out to me about this place is, the owner's wife asked us what we thought about the food, service, etc. – Wendy L.
- The Sublime Mac & Cheese has rotisserie rosemary chicken, apple wood smoked bacon and mushrooms. IT WAS TO DIE FOR!!! – Angela T.
- At Sublime it is all about the MACARONI & CHEESE! It's homestyle and oh so delicious if you're in the mood for a little upscale comfort food! – Katie H.
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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