Pay R49 instead of R110 for two large pizzas at 2nd Avenue Café (save 55%)
- Save 55% on two large pizzas
- Choose any two large pizzas out of five pizzas
- Choose from Hawaiian, Regina, Margarita, Creamy chicken pizza or Olla’s pizza
- Unlimited purchases
- Have a pizza party
- Booking essential: 051 448 3088
- Groupon redeemable Monday to Saturday, 9:00 until late
- Kitchen closes at 22:00
- No take-aways
- Groupon redeemable for up to 1 month
- Groupon only valid and issued once deal closes at midnight
- Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon
Researchers say that the best way to master a tongue twister is to regularly exercise your tongue with 50 gram dumbbells, while others claim that eating delicious food is a better and more suitable alternative. Claim your title as tongue twister champion with today’s deal: two large pizzas from 2nd Avenue Café for R49.
If you fancy meals that are bigger than your face, then this is just the right deal for you. Of course, apart from being used as sustenance and for tongue twisting exercises, two large pizzas have been known to have many other uses, including, use as pacifiers and frisbees for humans. Regardless of whether you decide to use the scrumptious meal as a pizza pacifier for that guy who doesn’t know when to shut it or as a makeshift pizza fort for you and you alone, you’ll be delighted to know that you can choose two of five pizza flavours: either the Regina, Margarita, Creamy Chicken, Hawaiian or Olla’s Pizza. And no matter what flavour, you’ll still be able to train your tongue to tongue-twisting victory.
As natural as it is for Peter Piper to pick a peck of pickled peppers, so too is the combination of cheesy cheese, tantalizing topping and perfectly prepared pizza crust at 2nd Avenue Café. The aroma wafting through the air is good enough to let your nose lead you through the pub-style restaurant’s doors, and sit your buttocks in a stool, ready for the friendly staff to take your order. Training your tongue to talk in tantalizing twists has never been this tasty.
Pizza Fact: The first known account of a margarita pizza was in the Philippines when Mary Meepalees tried to bake a bead for her lover. The bread flopped and didn’t rise in the oven resulting in a flat bread. All she had in her house that day was cheese and tomatoes, thus the margarita pizza was born.