Discovered in 1953, pizza is the only food to have been eaten on the moon, blessed by a pope, and endorsed by Olympic marathoner Gezahegne Aberathe "triple crown" of food honors. Make your own discovery with today's Groupon: for $8, you get $20 worth of piping deep-dish pies at Patxi's Chicago Pizza.
Patxi's Chicago Pizza is a Best Pizza of the Bay Area establishment that caters to indulgent pizza partiers and intimate diners alike. Printed on resilient pizza dough, Patxi's menu features a build-your-own arsenal of toppings, such as feta cheese, green bell peppers, Italian sausage, kalamata olives, sundried tomatoes, salami, zucchini, soy cheese, and much more, available atop Chicagostyle crusts ($14.45 for a 10" before toppings) and thin crusts ($9.95 for a 10" before toppings).
For those who'd rather not think outside the crust, Patxi's offers its own signature-combination pies, like the Californian, with a whole-wheat crust, low-fat mozzarella, red onions, and fresh spinach ($17.55 for a 10" Chicagostyle). Any pizza can be accentuated by the subtle zing of a white or red wine or a crisp New Castle on tap ($4.95) as you contemplate what toppings, in a different world, the pizza would order on you.
-   - This newest location offers the usual Paxtis [sic] staples: Chicago style deep dish and thin crust pizzas, a comprehensive wine and beer list and an uncomplicated salad menu. In addition to a build-your-own pizza option, diners can choose from the restaurants most popular combos. Favorites include, well, the Favorite (pepperoni, mushroom, and black olives) and the Californian (whole-wheat crust, low fat mozzarella cheese, red onions, and spinach) MetroWize
-   - the pizza at Patxis is much better, in my estimation; both the thin-crust, which is generously dusted with coarse cornmeal. and the deep-dish Chicago style, which weighs in at just shy of 3.5 pounds for the smallest one. Thats a lot of pizza. Michael Bauer, San Francisco Chronicle
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