To successfully make pizza, one must toss the proper ingredients into a concrete mixer, wait for the mixture to harden, and then drop in a few sticks of dynamite to blast slices from the drum walls. Today’s deal leaves delicate pie creation to the professionals: for $12, you get $25 worth of pizza, drinks, and more at Wall Street Pizza 205 on Southeast Division Street. This Groupon is valid for the $25 family deal.
Wall Street Pizza 205 enriches the digestive lives of visiting stomachs with a stock market-themed menu full of delicious New York–style pizza, pasta, sandwiches, and more. Patrons can initiate their dining experience with a single bank roll, which consists of hand-tossed dough that's been baked and stuffed with pepperoni, sausage, mozzarella, and homemade pizza sauce ($2), before moving onto a handheld ham-grinder hoagie, stuffed with ham, mozzarella, Tillamook cheddar, lettuce, tomato, and onion, all irrigated by generously drizzled drops of Italian dressing ($5.95).
Pizzavores perusing the eatery’s “blue-chip stock” of specialty pies may settle on a 10 in. vegetarian pizza, whose surface is stacked with fresh mushrooms, green peppers, onions, black olives, and tomatoes ($13), whereas the more carnivorously curious indulge in the four-meat-topped meat supreme pizza ($13+). Micromanagers and food stylists can choose to design their own pizza, by starting with a 14 in. cheese crust ($11.25) and adding any of Wall Street Pizza’s more than 30 toppings, including bleu cheese, bacon, smoked oysters, fresh spinach, and more (toppings cost up to $2.50 each depending on pizza size; some are doubly priced), and hungry families have the option of treating themselves to the appropriately named family deal, which comes with a pizza, salad, garlic rolls, and soda ($25).The warm and inviting pizza shop's inner airs are saturated with the intoxicating aroma of freshly baked pies and free WiFi signals, allowing guests to keep tabs on their day trading while munching on their meals.
Not valid with other offers, including happy hour. Dine-in only.
- I am a choosy pizza-lover. I moved from the midwest and this is my FAVORITE pizza in town. I drive a long way when I want an extra-special treat. This is by far and away the best pizza in Portland. – johnnyutah333, Citysearch
- The pizza here is great. Thick crust with lots of garlic oil, fresh toppings, great sauce. – Sparky P., Yelp