Jake’s the perfect lunch-hour stop in Mankato
Congratulations to Jake’s Stadium Pizza for winning Best of Mankato’s Best Lunch Specials category! Since 1964, Jake’s has been offering quality pizza to the residents of southern Minnesota with restaurants located in St. Peter and right here in Mankato.
Stop in between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. any day to take advantage of one of Jake’s great lunch specials, including a small one topping pizza with a drink for $6.50, a medium one topping with a drink for $9.50, and a half Poorboy sandwich with a drink for $5. Jake’s Stadium Pizza’s lunch specials are good for either dine-in or carryout and you can add an additional four toppings to your pizza for just a little extra.
In addition to their lunch specials, Jake’s also offers specials for Sunday, Monday, and Wednesday nights. The Sunday night special includes $2 off on a large pizza, $1.50 off on a medium pizza, and $1 off a small pizza, while Monday night’s deal includes one large topping pizza for just $9.99 on any dine-in or carryout pizza. Customers who visit the restaurant on Wednesday night can take advantage of the same deals offered on Sunday, as well.
Jake’s Stadium Pizza’s menu offers a wide variety of great pizza toppings, from classic pepperoni, sausage, and Canadian bacon, to chicken, shrimp, and sauerkraut. In addition to their standard toppings, Jake’s also offers a line of specialty pizzas, including taco, BBQ, buffalo chicken, four meat, and chicken alfredo pizzas. No matter what kind of pizza you’re craving, Jake’s Stadium Pizza is sure to have something to whet your appetite.
Not in the mood for pizza? Jake’s also offers a handful of different appetizers, including salads and boneless wings with your choice of buffalo, BBQ, or sesame ginger sauces. Of course, who can forget Jake’s delicious Poorboy sandwiches? From the classic Italian, turkey breast, and summer sausage sandwiches, to the deluxe roast beef, smoked turkey, and salami, Jake’s has a wide variety of options that are guaranteed to satisfy any craving.
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