Pizza is a more orderly way to feed a group than serving an unwieldy party sub or dousing your guests with a chili hose. Dole out slices of fun with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
Customers can choose from 3 crusts, 10 sauces, and myriad toppings while inventing their own pizzas ($4.75-$20.95 for a one-topping pie, depending on sauce and size selections), or they can opt for predesigned entrees such as sundried tomato pesto cream pasta ($12.95) and buffalo-chicken sandwiches ($8.95). Catering menus can be tailored to a range of events and may include items ranging from breakfast sandwiches ($22 serves 12) to beef-sirloin tips ($120 serves 30).
The Pizza Gourmet
Included in Rhode Island Monthly's Best of Rhode Island, The Pizza Gourmet accommodates customers with a choice of custom pizzas cooked in-house or raw pies that customers can take home. All pizzas start out as a plate of fresh garlic, olive oil, parmesan, asiago, and italian parsley, but customers can personalize their pies with a multitude of crust, sauce, cheese, and topping options. Although the eatery specializes in pizza, noncircular appetites can be slaked with menu items such as sun-dried tomato pesto penne, italian grinders, and sodas.
The chefs also take their culinary creations out into the world via four theme catering menus, outfitting tailgate parties, corporate breakfasts, and cocktail parties with equal enthusiasm. Food-eaters can customize their catering orders according to dietary needs, as well, including vegan and gluten-free catering options. Inside the restaurant, an exposed-brick accent wall is painted fire-truck red to match the dining room's vivid crimson accents. The walls are covered in a rainbow of handwritten menu options, with entrees, appetizers, salads, and desserts all vying for perfect penmanship awards.
94% of 1,007 customers recommend
“I'm impressed with everything from placing the order to pick up..everyone I've encountered were very professional. I've never had anything but wonderful food!”
“Pizza is delicious! Stay away from their homemade potato chips, super oily and very over done.”