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Almost as pleasurable as a restaurant's food are the little rituals that go along with it: perusing the menu, anticipating the meal, and hiding under the table and grabbing passing waiters by their ankles. Learn to survive an ankle grab with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $139 for 40 hours of bartending and front-of-house restaurant training (a $300 value) $199 for 60 hours of restaurant-management training (a $450 value) Front-of-the-house training covers the arts of bartending, waiting tables, serving, making cocktails, and maintaining a hospitable and professional attitude. Management training illuminates all of the restaurant’s roles, including chef, bar ...
They say eating at a good restaurant can make you feel like a king, but historically kings always had to eat in their castles and probably alone. Feel better than royalty with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $10 for $20 worth of Mediterranean food $15 for $30 worth of Mediterranean food The menu includes items such as lamb kebabs ($13.95), falafel plates ($10.95), ground-beef moussaka ($11.95), and döner kebabs ($13.95).
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Limit 1 per customer, up to 2 additional as gifts • Limit 1 per table per visit • Valid only for dine-in • Entire value must be used in a single visit
These talented chefs have served up farm-to-table fare for more than 30 combined years. Benefit from their experience by sitting down to the table with this deal: • $15 for $30 to spend on food and drink at dinner • $10 for $20 to spend on food and drink at lunch or Sunday brunch • Stone Mountain restaurant opens at 11 a.m. every day but Tuesday Food for the Soul At dinner, enjoy an entrée of smoky meatloaf made with grass-fed beef and served with garlic mashed potatoes and seasonal vegetables. The menu also features loaded sweet potatoes, meat or vegetable paninis, and grilled salmon. Come in at Sunday brunch -- served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. -- you can to sample sweet potato pancakes; or visit during lunch for a freshly tossed spring mix salad. Sweet Potato Café's Website | Facebook
Feel warm island breezes waft over you, a kiss from the Caribbean right here in downtown Atlanta, when you visit Mangos Caribbean Restaurant. Bask in the glow of this offer and receive great service and authentic Caribbean dishes from the local eatery. Located in the very heart of downtown Atlanta, Mangos Caribbean Restaurant is the perfect mix of ambience, great service, and excellent Caribbean food. With delicious offers like Curry, Jerk, or Brown Stew Chicken; Red Snapper, Tilapia, and Kingfish; Curry Goat and Oxtails; plus scrumptious sides like Fried Plantains and Kalallo Pattie; you’ll be pleasantly befuddled, confused by the clearly Caribbean-flavored messages from your tongue contradicting your absolutely Atlanta locale.
Lis Hernandez knew she had something special when she witnessed a line of people waiting an hour just for a taste of her homemade arepas. Then again, with a mantra that loosely translates to "happy stomach, warm heart" (and, correspondingly, a logo like this), we're not surprised that Atlantans had an instant love affair with Arepa Mia. After all, you kinda can't go wrong with the combination of good vibes, delicious food, family recipes and fried plantains. Armed with a picnic table, a decade of experience as a chef and, perhaps most importantly, an unquenchable thirst to return to her Venezuelan roots, Lis began selling her hot-off-the-griddle Venezuelan specialties right outside the Sweet Auburn Curb Market back in 2011. Word got out fast, and before long, she was selling out of everything in less than an hour. The rest, as they say, is history. Nowadays, Lis serves her beloved creations inside the Curb Market (yay, air conditioning!) at her permanent stand, though we're also happy we can still tuck into our yucca chips, empanadas and slow-roasted pork arepas at the original picnic table where it all began. And if you're wondering what, exactly, this arepa business is all about? Picture the delicious fruits of a holy union between cheeseburgers and, say, grits: juicy, deliciously messy fillings, like tender shredded beef, local veggies and smoky black beans, sandwiched betwixt two crispy grilled cornmeal patties. We suggest drizzling a little creamy nata cheese or slathering some guasacaca (a traditional Venezuelan avocado salsa) on 'em to see precisely why it took no time at all for Lis to make all of ATL diehard arepa converts, us included. Menu Highlights: Pabellon Arepa, $6.75 Domino Arepa, $6 Pernil Empanadas, $5 Cachapas, $6.50 Yucca & Plantain Chips, $3 Hours: Monday - Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday - Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Closed Sunday
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