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Posted: Wednesday, April 18, 2012 1:09 AM

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About This Deal

Though the days of all-day keg parties and all-night shooter-fueled ragers are gone, that doesn't mean you can't relive your college memories. Whether you're currently in school or miss when wearing Greek letters on a t-shirt made you cool, Sigma Burger Pie provides the NYU area with the three basic food groups of a college student: burgers, pizza and fries. Join this fraternal order of food with today's deal of $20 worth of food and drinks for just $10.

Featuring eats that are made fresh and never frozen, Sigma Burger Pie will feed your inner college kid without filling you up with junk. The menu features classic burgers with all the toppings, Nathan's hot dogs, wings, pizzas with toppings like chicken parm or wild mushroom pesto and crispy sweet potatoes fries. Depending on how you like to get the party started, wash it all down with one of the eight beers on tap or a thick, creamy and rich gelato milkshake. Because it wouldn't be a complete college experience without some sort of competition, Sigma Burger Pie also features nine flat screen TVs showcasing all the NFL games and other sporting events.

Located in the Village near NYU, Sigma Burger Pie is also college-budget-friendly with most eats well under $10. Become the newest pledge in the most delicious frat near campus, Sigma Burger Pie.

Highlights

9 flatscreen TVs and free WiFi.
Great hangout for sports fans.
Pizzas, wings, burgers and gelato.
French fries cut fresh daily.

Fine Print

Expires 5/29/2012.
Voucher cannot be redeemed until the day after deal closes.
See the fine print that applies to all deals.
You must bring voucher, no exceptions.
No cash back.
One voucher per couple, per visit.
May buy up to 3 per person or unlimited as gifts.

• Location: Manhattan

• Post ID: 25714715 newyork
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