What You'll Get
Clogged cheese faucets, crooked pepperoni walls, and inadequate meatballs under which to seek shelter during storms caused builders to abandon pizza housing-project plans. Today's Groupon invites you to construct your own cheese and vegetable castles with $25 worth of pizza for $10 at Sweet Home Chicago Pizza. Serving the nation's signature slices, this Left Coast eatery is like a postcard made of marinara and stamped with sausage.
From thin, two-handed East Coast staples to the Midwest's famed deep-dish variety, Sweet Home Chicago brings the best to the west. Feast on a super skinny slice of NY-style pie smothered in cheese ($11 medium, $14 large), pepperoni and sausage ($15 for a medium), or pepperoni, sausage, meatball, mushroom, onion, and green peppers ($19 for a large). Toppings run the gamut from black olives to banana peppers. Chunky tomato sauce crested atop a buttery crest with mounds and mounds of cheese epitomize the Windy City's stuffed pie. Stretch stomach muscles to the moon and back with a monkey pie, studded with sausage and banana peppers ($17 medium, $21.50 large), or a meat-heavy and jalapeño-blessed El Goffo ($19 medium, $23.75 large). Sweet Home Chicago also serves Chicago-style thin crust (browned cheese, square cut), calzones, and salads. A wide selection of rotating craft beers makes perfect pizza companions.
Like a colander, Sweet Home Chicago Pizza filters out the best parts of the Windy City (delicious eats, beloved sports teams broadcast year round), leaving the bad stuff (overgrown shoulders, exploding cars, murder) safely two time zones away. Arcade games add interest to the spacious, comfortable space. Sweet Home Chicago Pizza is open daily.
- Sweet Home Chicago Pizza is excellent! The pizza is outstanding, some of the best beer choices in all of North County, and they have televisions to watch all sporting evernts, – Greg C., CityVoter
- Definitely every bit as enjoyable as any of the pies I've tried in Chi-town. As for the setting, it's an understated, humble, but family friendly pizza joint that focuses on its core competencies - great food and friendly service. – D Y., Yelp
- I'm from Chicago and grew up on all the great food there. The deep dish is the real deal and among the best I've had. If you're in Poway or close, you need to stop in. The great thing is you can try it by the slice to see for yourself. – Vince M., Insider Pages
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 24, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 6 per person. Dine-in or carryout only. Limit 1 per carryout order. Limit 1 per every 2 people for dine-in. 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.