It's National Pizza Day, and there are plenty of restaurants that are here to help you save some dough. Fancy yourself a pizzaiolo in the making? We've also got recipes for you to craft the perfect pie at your place. Read on for deals, some of our favorite spots for pizza, pizza news and recipes.
Deals at local restaurants
Al Forno's: Buy one specialty large pizza and get one medium, one-topping pizza free. The eatery is also offering Dinner for two, which includes a large specialty pizza, little Caesar salad and two chocolate pot de creme for $25.
The Local Pizzaiolo: Want to win free pizza for a month? The recently opened The Local Pizzaiolo has a contest that can help you do just that.
You can enter three ways:
1) Follow them on Instagram and tag your favorite pizza loving friend.
2) Stop by their Westside Location and fill out contest card with your name/email
3) Visit their website and join their database (the Ciao Down E-Club)
If you win, you get two pizzas per day for 30 days.
More pizza deals:
Domino’s – Buy two or more items from a select menu and get them for $5.99 each; you can also get a medium, two-topping handmade pan pizza for $8.99, or a large three-topping pizza when ordering carryout for $7.99.
Hungry Howie’s – Check out deals at locations near you by clicking here. You can get a small, two-topping pizza for $5, a large, one-topping deep dish for $10, two medium one-topping pizzas and an order of Howie bread or a 2-liter of soda for $15.
Little Caesars – Get extra pepperoni and cheese for $1 when you upgrade to Little Caesars EXTRAMOSTBESTTEST at participating stores.
Pizza Patrón: Get any specialty pizza for $5.99 on Friday.
Yard House -- Get pizza for half price during the restaurant's happy hour from 3-6 p.m.
Make your own:
Try one of these spots for pizza in Atlanta:
Amalfi Pizza in downtown Atlanta (which shares space with a speakeasy!)
Check out one of the spots that AJC readers picked as their favorite for pizza
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