Archestratus, the first food critic, praised Italian cuisine’s use of “top-quality and seasonal” ingredients and its “fair-to-middling” ability to tranquilize out-of-control mayors. Enjoy a stunning meal with today’s Groupon to The Pizza Guy. Choose between the following options:
- For $28, you get a party package (up to a $56.90 total value) that includes the following:
- One large specialty pizza (up to a $15.95 value)
- One large one-topping pizza (an $11.25 value)
- Regular-size cheese sticks (a $5.45 value)
- 35 wings with a choice of three flavors (a $20.95 value)
- Two double chocolate fudge brownies (a $3.30 value)
- For $10, you get $20 worth of anything on the menu (pizzas range from $9.95 to $19.95). <p>
The Pizza Guy has been lauded by Thrillist Dallas for its use of quality ingredients such as Stanislaus tomatoes and Grande cheeses. Chefs allow an ample 48 hours for freshly made dough to rise to fluffy perfection, and can craft gluten-free versions upon request. The grilled-chicken-alfredo pizza borrows chicken and mushrooms from its noodly older cousin and plants them onto a crust bubbling with alfredo sauce. À la carte toppings such as hamburger or fresh mushrooms can also furnish pizzas, accompanied by behemoth cheese sticks primed for marinara dunking with a topcoat of mozzarella, provolone, and butter-garlic sauce. Chefs outfit chicken wings in a choice of eight flavors, including lemon pepper, honey barbecue, and ultra hot—the only appropriate option for decathletes trying to break a sweat while sitting down.
The Pizza Guy
The Pizza Guy deems dough ready to metamorphose into pizza only after it sits for 48 hours, affording yeast ample time to produce a rich taste and texture. During its 14 years in business, the eatery's allegiance to delivering high-quality pies has touched all layers of its Italian assemblage, from the Stanislaus tomato sauce that glazes the crust to the Grande cheese sprinkled thereupon. In addition to jumbo hot wings, the menu delineates 11 specialty pies, including the Hawaiian and the spinach alfredo. Diners can also design their own pizzas by pulling from more than 20 toppings and thick, thin, or hand-tossed crusts. The Pizza Guy delivers, preps pies for carryout, or keeps them shrink-wrapped in pans so customers can take them home and give a jaded Easy-Bake Oven something to savor.