Cheese Shop Deals in Boston
Thousands of years of evolution have helped us learn to deny certain impulses, but no amount of conditioning can suppress a healthy appetite. Hunt -- and gather -- today's deal at Meat Spot in Watertown Square: For $10, you'll get $20 to indulge in gourmet meat and cheese products, sandwiches, and deli fare. This 80-year-old, family-owned-and-operated shop on Auburn Street has everything a carnivore could ask for, including an extensive supply of beef, lamb, pork, and poultry -- all custom, Boar's Head cuts packaged by skilled butchers -- not to mention other elegant treats like freshly baked breads and sweets, assorted savory cheeses, fiery barbecue sauces, and signature meat rubs. Sink your teeth into boneless, center-cut pork chops or a set of sirloin steak tips... and let those primal instincts take over.
Just as the Mexican peninsula looks like a giant chili pepper, the United States looks like a pizza shaped like America. Explore the world with this Groupon. $12 for Two 16-Inch Whole-Wheat Cheese Pizzas ($25.90 Value) Pizzas are molded out of whole-wheat dough, slathered in sauce made with san marzano tomatoes, topped with Grande mozzarella, and baked to perfection inside a brick oven. This Groupon is valid for pickup or delivery within 3 miles of the shop (the $4 delivery fee is not included).
Much like silent-film theaters and do-it-yourself dental schools, butcher shops remain a quintessential part of the American neighborhood. Taste the tradition of take-home meat with today's Groupon. $15 for $25 Worth of Premium Meats and Seafood This Groupon is valid for perishable meat products such as 16-ounce porterhouse steaks ($13.99), 6-ounce filet mignon ($8.95), and lemon-and-pepper chicken breasts ($11.98 for 2 lbs.). Prices may vary by store. To view a comprehensive list of available gourmet meats, click here. Prices vary by store. The Meat House Hoping to revive the culture of the neighborhood butcher shop, with its personalized service, attention ...
Add some fanciful flavor to your next gathering -- without footing a baroque bill -- courtesy of today's deal at Gypsy Kitchen: Pay $15 for $30 to spend on gourmet goods at this award-winning wine-and-cheese shop on Hancock Street, next to the Quincy Center T station. In what Phantom Gourmet calls the "most romantic wine and cheese store south of Boston," you'll find gourmet cheeses, sauces, oils, vinegars, marinades, and Gypsy Juice, a signature hot sauce packed with complex flavor. Owner Lisa Lamme has made appearances on the Today Show and the Food TV Network; authored "The Gypsy Cookbook"; and, helmed the nation's first hot sauce store, Le Saucier -- meaning this spot is sure to add style and taste to any autumnal celebration.
The Fine Print
Limit 1 voucher per person; may purchase 1 additional voucher as a gift.Valid for dine-in only.Valid for lunch only.Limit 1 voucher per table per visit.Redeemable in-store only.Valid for any salad up to $11.50 and any cold beverage up to $2.95.Entire value must be used in a single visit by the same customer.