Pizza is a party food, much like a piñata stuffed with shrimp. Break out the fun with this Groupon. DEAL SECTION: ####Choose Between Two Options
$13 for a pizza meal for two (a $26.45 value)
- One large salad (up to an $8.95 value)
- One large 14-inch classic or creation pizza, or one large 14-inch build-your-own pizza with up to two toppings (up to $17.50 value)<p>
$10 for $20 worth of food and soft drinks
Choose from three locations:
- Round Rock
- West Lake Hills
The menu includes pizzas such as the Provence ($16.95 for 14”), covered with artichoke hearts, capers, and tomatoes, and the Santa Fe ($17.50 for 14”), with chicken sausage, red onions, corn, serrano chilis, and chipotle pesto. Gluten-free crusts are available. Sandwiches start at $5.95; calzones stuffed with sausage or veggies and ricotta cheese start at $6.95; and penne-pasta bowls accented by meatballs or chicken start at $7.50.
Inspired by the artists living around him in Laguna Beach, Sid Fanarof sought to do something creative in the kitchen. The result was zpizza, which now has locations across the globe, each filled with bustling chefs experimenting with ingredients traditionally associated with Indian, Californian, and Mexican cuisine. Pizzas use organic vegetables and skim-milk mozzarella, and their organic wheat flour bakes over an open flame to a crisp finish. “If you don’t hear the crunch, it’s not a zpizza,” Fanarof says of the crusts on his website. Chefs first slather the crusts with sweet basil pesto, roasted-garlic sauce, or organic tomato sauce. Their hands flutter across, sprinkling on fistfuls of toppings such as MSG-free pepperoni, additive-free sausage, three types of mushrooms, roasted eggplant, and pine nuts. Vegan cheese and gluten-free crusts allow everyone to enjoy the pizzas except for those trying to hide the fact that they superglued their mouths closed.