It came as no surprise that pizza was crowned the most popular food on Instagram. It's just as saucy as it is cheesy, it pairs well with Netflix, and it's totally shareable. Those reasons are also why it's a perfect pick for Valentine's Day—especially if it's cooked into a heart shape.
And it doesn't matter if you're spending February 14 with your sweetie, your best friend, or if you're riding solo, because pizza is honestly all you need. (And it definitely doesn't care about your relationship status.) So order one of these lovely pies and only share it if you really, truly
want to can.
CALIFORNIA PIZZA KITCHEN
From February 11-16, CPK is offering to make any (yes, any!) of its pizzas into a heart free of cost, though that applies to thin crust pizzas only. They're also offering a "Sweet Deal for Two" (beginning on February 12) that includes one app, two entrées, and a dessert for $35.
From February 10 to February 16, you can get a one-topping heart-shaped Pizza for $11 with the promo code VALENTINE, or a one-topping heart-shaped pizza and a double chocolate chip brownie for just $16 with the promo code BEMINE, at participating locations.
The best thing about Pizano's is that they ship nationwide. Frozen, heart-shaped pizza is available for the entire month of February, and if you buy a two or four-pack of mix and match pizzas you'll get a free thin crust heart-shaped pizza.
At Fresh Brothers, you can get a large heart-shaped cheese pizza with a SUPER cute lovey-themed pizza cutter, paired together for $16.50 on dine-in, delivery and carryout orders from February 10 to February 16.
For the entire month of February, guests can order any one-topping, large 14-inch Mountain Mike’s pizza in the shape of a heart available at the same cost as a standard large, one-topping pizza.
All you need this holiday is a one-topping heart-shaped pizzas for just $6.99 at Hungry Howie's. This offer is available on February 13 through February 14.
You should feel doubly special about ordering this loving pizza. With every gourmet pie (like buffalo chicken, caprese, Florentine, five cheese) ordered, Boston's will donate 50 cents to No Kid Hungry, a nonprofit dedicated to ending child hunger in the U.S. If you're really feeling the love, you can also donate to the cause on the chain's website.
Covina NYC located at 127 E 27th Street, New York, New York, is offering heart-shaped pizzas for NYC delivery via Caviar ($0 delivery fees with code CRUSH) on Friday, February 14, only and serving heart-shaped pizzas in house that evening as well.
The take-and-bake HeartBaker ($9) at Papa Murphy's includes from-scratch pizza crust, traditional red sauce, whole milk mozzarella, and pepperoni. The catch: You have to bake it yourself—for 12 to 18 minutes at 425 degrees F. At least that guarantees you a really hot slice on Sunday night. They're also offering a "Sweetheart of a Deal": one HeartBaker and a chocolate chip cookie for $12.
Last year, Pizza Hut just about broke the internet with their Valentine's Day-pegged heart-shaped pizzas (and we got an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at how they're made). These heart-shaped pizzas will presumably be available again this year through 2/17 or so and will and cost $11.99 or $16.99.
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