Muffin Deals in Baltimore
You love the nooks and crannies in an English muffin to be filled with butter and gooey jellies, but your car? Not so much. Today's deal from Next Level Handwash Carwash gives you the chance to get rid of gunk and enjoy a complete detailing package for $55 (regularly $130). The treatment includes: washing the crud off your coupe; wiping down the dash and little niches in your car's interior such as cup holders; vacuuming and shampooing carpets and upholstery; conditioning leather; washing windows inside and out; machine buffing the exterior; and shining the chrome. While you wait, you're welcome to enjoy one of the on-site lounges with plasma-screen TVs, seated massages, and free coffee. However, if you'd rather watch your own TV at home, a professional will gladly pick up your car and return it when it sparkles. For just a few crumbs, your vehicle can finally get out of one messy jam.
The actual best thing since sliced bread is sliced meat placed between sliced bread and then sliced in triangles and stuffed into a donut. Fill the meatless void in your life with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $10 for a five-entree punch card for breakfast entrees of up to $4 (up to a $20 value). Breakfast is served 7 a.m.–11 a.m. daily. Bagel with cream cheese ($1.99) Breakfast sandwich with bacon, sausage, egg, and cheese on an english muffin or toast ($3.79) Egg sandwich with cheese ($3.49) See the full menu $17 for a five-entree punch card for any ...
The Fine Print
Limit 2 per customer, up to 2 additional as gifts • Limit 1 per pair per visit; may combine up to 3 vouchers per table • Reservations required and subject to availability • Valid only for dine-in at brunch • Entire value must be used in a single visit
A restaurant concept that got its start in Illinois, this sleek spot slows things down on Saturdays and Sundays with brunch fritattas, gooey butter cakes, handcrafted Bloody Marys and other delights: • $24 ($48 value) for brunch for two • Includes two entrées, two sides, and two Bloody Marys or mimosas • Brunch is offered Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Why we Love It Grab a seat in a cozy half-circle booth and enjoy surroundings marked by wood finishes and designer touches throughout the restaurant; or head out to the patio to take in the summer breezes and relaxing harbor views. For your meal, go sweet with the Bananas Foster French Toast, a candied pecan sauce-drizzled concoction made from fresh sourdough bread. Or try the savory Crabby Benedict, a mouthwatering union of crab cake and English muffin with firecracker hollandaise sauce. If you can't decide, the bacon doughnuts -- served with vanilla ice cream, bourbon pecan glaze, and candied bacon -- are hard to resist. Townhouse Kitchen + Bar's Website
Why You Should Go: These days (thankfully) it’s not too hard to find a cozy bar. All you need is a good list of drafts, a burger and a big screen. But if you’re looking for a place that you can bring the kids in for eggs, have a family lunch and then round out the evening with a couple cold ones with your buds – there’s only one spot in town. Head to the family-owned-and-operated Chug A Mug Sports Bar & Grill for round-the-clock pub time. What You Should Taste: Kick off the day with the Chug-A-Mug Muffin Sandwich (pit ham, egg & cheese) or the hungry man’s Mugs 4 Bagger Sandwich (2 eggs, double cheese and 4 meats). Lunchtime feasts include the Buffalo Chicken Salad, Chili Nachos, and Steamed Mussels, all leading up to stunners like the Grand Slam Burger, Rodeo Pit Beef Sandwich, Pulled Pork BBQ, and Crab Cake Sub. What You Should Know: This Middle River spot is a brand new staple for friendly service, hearty dishes, and a comfy seat all day long. Open seven days a week from 8:30am until 2am, you can stop in for a fresh cup of Joe and a stack of pancakes, a super-stacked sandwich for your midday meal, or a homemade dinner dish and freshly poured brew.