Today is Tax Day — a long celebrated American tradition. Whether you filed your taxes in January or spent the weekend scrambling to figure out your affairs, we rounded up some of the better specials for this special day from several Valley restaurants. There're deals on pizza and wine, beer and burgers, and all day happy hours for those looking to celebrate (or you know, the opposite).
And expect to spend between $4.15 and $10.99. It’s not a sexy holiday, but it is an inalienable right.
Sauce Pizza & WineMultiple Locations
After smashing that submit button, few things are more rewarding than a glass of wine. That’s why Sauce restaurants will be offering glasses of wine or draft beer for $4.15. They know how hard you’ve been working on those 1099s.
NPX: A Neighborhood Joint4717 East Bell Road
NPX customers will be able to get all dinners and sandwiches on the menu for $10.40 on today. This means you can squeeze a few more dollars from your return and get your Pittsburgh sandwich fix for way less than you owe the IRS. Or if you’re trying to forget that, they’ll also have an Income Tax Martini for $5.
Fired PieMultiple Locations
Fired Pie is offering a one-topping pizza for $4.15 at any of their locations throughout the Valley. It’s a great option for anyone who likes to exercise a little more financial control over their lunch when they’ve lost it elsewhere. Fired Pie is a build-your-own-pizza joint with tons of ingredients and different sauces from which to choose.
Serrano’s Mexican RestaurantsMultiple Locations
On Tax Day all Serrano’s locations become a taco-special speakeasy. Nothing is actually different, but if you tell the waiter “tax day” you can get a taco, rice, and beans for $4.15 today. It’s also recommended that you pull your server aside and whisper it into his or her ear like you’re telling a secret.
The VigMultiple Locations
On Monday, all locations of The Vig will have happy hour pricing on beer, wine, and cocktails until close. This means that customers can get a VIGnature cocktail like the Daily Mule or Summer Spritzers for $6. Draft beer for $4 and glasses of wine range from $5 to $10. And because you save on booze, you can treat yourself to the 7 Layer Chocolate Cake for dessert and soothe your weary, broke soul.
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Phoenix Ale Brewery Central Kitchen5813 North Seventh Street
Today at Phoenix Ale Brewery Central Kitchen, Up Town Ritas and build your own daiquiris will be $4.15 so you can effectively forget that you ever knew what a 1099 was to begin with. They will also have their cheese fondue available for $4.15 in case you got a return and feel like splurging.
Match Restaurant & Lounge
1100 North Central Avenue
Match Restaurant & Lounge in the Found:RE hotel will be taking $10.99 off any meal ticket that’s $50 or more. So go wild, chase away those visions of tax forms with apricot habañero wings or a strawberry barbecue pulled pork sandwich.
Grimaldi’s Pizzeria Multiple Locations