Mellow Mushroom Has the Valentine’s Kit For What Ails You

Spread some love with the Shroom Love Box (©Mellow Mushroom)

By Jennifer McKee

What better than the comfort of a finely crafted (and tasty) pizza to lift your spirits? Mellow Mushroom‘s Shroom Love Box is perfect for those spending a socially-distanced Valentine’s Day at home.

Available from Feb. 2-21, the pizza comes with all the ingredients to make a small Mellow Mushroom pepperoni pizza, including the local chain’s signature garlic butter and parmesan to finish the crust. The perfect number of pepperoni slices are included so home pizza makers can shape them into a heart for Valentine’s Day.

The Shroom Love Box is $9.99 and is available for takeout or to order online. Participating CSRA locations include 1167 Broad St. in downtown Augusta, 4348 Washington Road in Evans and 151 Bee Lane in Aiken.

For more information and more great deals, visit Mellow Mushroom’s Facebook page.


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