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What You'll Get
Sharing a pizza is a great way to grow closer to friends, significant others, or hungry baby birds. Win others over with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of Chicago-style pizza, Italian fare, and drinks at Uno Chicago Grill in Antioch.
Uno Chicago Grill's epicurean engineers craft traditional deep-dish pies, which beckon hungry stomachs from an expansive menu of classic Italian and international fusion fare. Pizza patrons ignite appetites with gourmet appetizers, such as buffalo-chicken quesadillas ($10.99), before diving head first into a robust selection of deep-dish pizzas. The Chicago Classic ($10.99 for an individual size) coddles a Windy City sampling of crumbled sausage, chunky tomato sauce, and fresh cheeses on a thick-crusted flavor bed, and the Spinoccoli ($10.99 for an individual size) anchors a dough boat with spinach, broccoli, tomatoes, and feta. Uno Chicago's other stomach-satiating options run the gamut from small- and full-size pasta plates ($7.49+/$12.49+) to juicy burgers ($9.29+) and certified Angus steaks ($16.99+).
Uno Chicago Grill's welcoming ambiance adorned with a nostalgic, 1940s motif provides diners a casual place to taste test domestic beers ($4.29+), watch sports on one of the bar area's 10 TVs, or thumb wrestle takeout boxes for leftovers.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 10, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Uno Pizzeria & Grill
The first Pizzeria Uno opened at the intersection of Ohio and Wabash in downtown Chicago in 1943. The Chicago Bears were having a good season at Wrigley Field, and nobody had ever heard of deep dish pizza. Changing that was the job of Uno owner Ike Sewelll, who had invented a pizza you could truly call a pie without immediately being fined by the U.S. Board of Pastries. He built a tall-edged crust laced with lots of butter, the filled it with cheese, Italian spices, and fresh tomatoes, baking the whole thing for an hour. It would become Pizzeria Uno's signature recipe.
Today, Uno Pizzeria & Grill spans about half of the U.S. and sends the aroma of bubbling cheese wafting through several international cities as well. At each location, cooks show up early every morning to begin making dough, creating specialty pies using ingredients that Ike could have only dreamed of, such as fresh pineapple and fiber-optic broccoli. Lighter, quicker entrees are available too, including Italian favorites such as shrimp scampi and gluten-free steak and burger options.