Nancy’s Pizza

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Disclosure: I was blessed to receive a gift card to try out Nancy’s Pizza, in exchange for this review and giveaway.  All opinions and tasteless jokes are all my own.


So a few things you should know about me.  Yes, I’m a full-fledged Georgia girl.  Period.  And my husband has lived in Atlanta longer than I’ve been alive.  However, he is from Chicago.  His family is from Chicago, and he has roots in Chicago.  Thus, in the last ten years, I’ve been immersed in a few things “Chicago”, including the cuisine.

Enter: Chicago-style pizza.

We ventured over to the Buckhead location the other day after Saturday Mass, and gave Nancy’s Pizza a try.    I’d had a hankering for deep dish pizza ever since our last trip there in 2007.  So deep dish was long overdue.

But first, we started off with appetizers: cheesy bread sticks!  What can I say, I’m a sucker for bread products you dunk in a delicious tomato sauce.

For the main course, the kids and hubs split a medium thin crust pizza, half sausage, half cheese.  There was nothing left.

And I indulged in my small cheese deep dish.  Holy Mary, motherofpizza!  Yep, it hit the spot – it was the perfect combo of deep and tomato sauce and cheese.  …nevermind the calorie count…Nancys-Pizza-Collage

Because we had a few bucks left on our gift card, we treated the kids to cinnamon sticks.  Ok, fine.  Those ooey-gooey morsels of delicousness were for all of us.  The kids just *happened* to be present at the time we were passing them out.

Overall, we were quite pleased with our experience at Nancy’s Pizza in Buckhead.  The service was friendly, and the atmosphere was fun, and family-friendly.

And who would I be if I didn’t share their coupons with you, huh?  Currently, you can get $2 off any size deep dish pizza, good through 12-31-14.  And one more piece of awesome trivia: Nancy’s Pizza’s midtown location recently launched a mobile app (iOS and Android) where you can order on the go, AND there’s coupons to go along with it!  I suspect there will be mobile apps for more locations, coming VERY soon!

P.S.  My apologies.  You’ll have to settle for partial portions in pictures, and stock photos from Nancy’s Buckhead, as my family was too eager to dig in and eat, before “blog-worthy” photos could be had.


Would you like a chance to win a $50 Nancy’s Pizza giftcard?  It’s simple, first, comment below with which location you’re likely to frequent, or tell me which menu item looks most appealing to you.  Then, fill out the Rafflecoptor form below.  Come back daily for entries, to increase your chance of winning.  Giveaway ends 10-20-14. Good luck y’all!

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  1. Buckhead

  2. Northern Italian Veggie Pizza

  3. I will visit the Midtown location on Ponce. Plus, it is so close to the Krispy Kreme that I might swing by there after for dessert!

  4. I think I would try the 1 1/2″ stuffed pizza. The Chicken Florentine sounds good, but my husband would probably want the A Lot’ A Meat one. They all sound delicious!

  5. ET Pruitt says:

    I would visit the Alhambra location.

  6. ET Pruitt says:

    I would love to try the Shrimp Alfredo Pizza.

  7. Yes please!!!!

  8. I claim Chicago all the way (except their football team). I like Nancy’s Buckhead location.

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