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Follow Mellow Mushroom, Get Free Pretzels, Possibly Also Free Pizza For A Year.

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If you have ever had the pleasure of grabbing a slice at Mellow Mushroom in Delray Beach, you know that the secret to their amazing pizza is in the bread - which is probably why they refer to themselves as "pizza bakers."

If you've never had it, then 1. you should, and 2. this is not New York pizza with enormous droopy slices that dribble grease down your arm. This is thick-crust, gourmet pizza with toppings like goat cheese and kalamata olives served alongside a selection of more than 50 craft beers.

Even with all that, Mellow lives up to its name. It's an unfussy, casual

pizza joint with crazy art on the walls and a sense of humor. To win

you over - as if they need to - Mellow Mushroom is now offering a chance

to win free pizza for a year and all you have to do is "like" them on

Facebook.

If you "Like" their Facebook page by November 11 you will automatically get a half order of warm, handmade pretzels - made from the same dough as their pizzas. But, wait, there's more...

"If you like mellow mushroom

by November 11 then you have the opp to win pizza for a year," says Tammy Lucidh, Manager of Events and Pomotions for Mellow Mushroom.

Many of you have probably already "Liked" the Delray Beach location's page but in order to enter the free pizza drawing and claim your pretzel coupon (valid through November 30) you have to like the page at FollowMellow.com.

Mellow Mushroom is located at 25 SE Sixth Ave. in Delray Beach. A new location is coming soon to West Palm Beach.

And here's that video we promised...





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