How you top your pizza says a lot about you. Are you a plain Jane who prefers pepperoni, or do you pile on veggies? Whatever your preference, it’s safe to say most of us all love a slice (or seven) of pizza, and the only thing that makes it taste sweeter is when it’s half off.
No matter what night of the week it is, dine in or order out from one of the following establishments and indulge in doughy, cheesy goodness on the cheap:
A casual place to grab a beer any night of the week, this Canton bar offers half-off large pizzas on Sundays for dine-in customers. Seasonal drafts are also just $2.50.
Tasty toppings include pepperoni, sausage, bacon, green peppers, tomatoes, pineapple and onions.
Located in Novi, Library Pub is the place to be on Monday nights, when half-off pizzas are served from 5 p.m. to close. Try the Pub Choice, with pepperoni, Italian sausage, green peppers, onions and Cajun seasoning.
This Sterling Heights restaurant has been serving up all American favorites for more than 40 years. On Tuesday nights, dine-in for half-off pizzas. As a special promotion for the big game this Sunday, the restaurant is offering half-off carry out Chicago-style deep dish and thin crust pizzas.
Opt for Roger’s Favorite, with Italian sausage, onions, mushrooms and green peppers.
A downtown Plymouth favorite, The Penn dishes up half-off pizza tonight! If you like unique, try the Mediterranean pie (topped with grilled chicken, feta and Mozzarella cheese, pepperoncini, black olives, onion and roasted red pepper).
Dine-in to take advantage of the offer.
This Clinton Township bar offers specials several days a week, including half-off pizzas on Thursdays. Drinks are also half price Monday through Friday from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., so eat and drink up! Try the Spinach Artichoke Pizza.
An Italian restaurant of Royal Oak, D’Amato’s has half-off pizza (and pasta!) for ladies from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Friday nights. Start your weekend off right with a pie and a $5 cosmo with your girlfriends!
There you have it, Metro Detroiters, six glorious days of discounted pizza in the D. Now, where to start?