Groupon is offering $20 worth of pizza for $10.
I love pizza. Plain and simple. But in a city known for its pizza, there are a lot of bad slices out there. And much of it has gotten increasingly expensive (though at the same time, there's been also been an outbreak of 99 cent pizza places). So, when it's free, it's not a gift to be overlooked. When I saw a coupon on Tenka for a free slice from Rev'd Up Pi in Murray Hill, I jumped on it. I had heard about this place, which claimed to offer healthy pizza, just 170 calories per slice. I was dubious and with prices starting at $3.50, I wasn't likely to try it on my own, not when my favorite spot is nearby.
But when I'm in the mood for pizza, I'm not necessarily thinking healthy. I wouldn't go out of my way for Rev'd Up, but if I were in the neighborhood or in search of a late-night snack (it's open until midnight on weekdays and 5 a.m. on weekends), I just might consider it.