What You'll Get
Like religion, economics, and politics, pizza is something everyone can agree on. Celebrate universal ideas with today’s Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of pizza, paninis, and more at Trifecta On 3rd.
The culinary wizards at Trifecta On 3rd delight with a multifarious menu of succulent starters, pizza, and paninis. Quell herbivorous cravings with the veggie quesadilla ($7), or genuflect tongues in awe of the brie en croute, a luscious display of baked brie cloaked in golden puff pastry and crowned with walnuts and preserves ($9). Trifecta’s toothsome roster of 12-inch circular comestibles includes a southwestern chorizo pizza that rouses sleepy taste buds with a zing-infused parade of jalapenos, golden corn, pepper, and cilantro ($10). The Winston Churchill panini, filled with prosciutto di Parma and mozzarella, has its finest hour fighting against growling factions of stomach sirens ($12), and deliciously flaky beef empanadas with homemade bourbon honey mustard sauce ($9) are sure to sate hunger even on days that they forget birthdays.
Trifecta’s seven big-screen TVs bathe bread breakers in a game-time glow, keeping patrons abreast of sports tidings as they attempt to eat a pizza without using their hands. Patrons craving al fresco feeding frenzies can grab a seat in the outdoor seating area, which was specially designed to attract the fluffiest clouds and most complimentary skywriters.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 14, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Dine-in only. Not valid for specials. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Trifecta On 3rd
Founded by a posse of Kentucky-area natives, Trifecta On 3rd distinguishes itself with an enormous bourbon selection and a gourmet bar menu heavy on specialty pizzas. These house pies include the Southwestern chorizo, made with fresh, golden corn and cilantro, and the Fireball, which scalds mouths with jalapeños, serranos, habaneros, and, when in season, the notoriously nuclear Ghost Chili. Between bites, patrons can escape to Trifecta's expansive patio lest their ear-steam obstruct others' view of the interior's seven flat-screen TVs.