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Fishing is the only sport where you're allowed to consume your opponent, not counting baseball before 1971. Catch a bite with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $150 for an eight-hour fishing trip for one (a $300 value) $289.99 for an eight-hour fishing trip for two (a $600 value) Each charter trip includes all necessary equipment, bait, and ice. Charters take a maximum of six passengers into the open water in search for walleye, steelhead, smallmouth bass, and perch. Guests should bring their own food and extra supplies. For a list of recommended gear, click here. Charters are available at ...
Eating at restaurants delays the need to go grocery shopping or clear your stolen snowman heads out of the freezer. Keep your secrets on ice with this Groupon. $25 for $50 Worth of Upscale American Cuisine Imported from France, servings of escargot bourguignonne prelude plates of beef wellington ($29.99) and long island duckling with green peppercorn ($29.99). See the full menu.
Why You Should Go: We're in a golden age for foodies, with seemingly every type of international cuisine at our fingertips. Sometimes, however, there's no substitute for a tried-and-true American classic; Especially when that classic features fresh, juicy burgers, real ice cream milkshakes, and golden French fries. At Gino’s Burgers & Chicken in King of Prussia, that's exactly what you'll find. Why You'll Love It: Why mess with the classics? Gino's short and sweet menu gives you sizzling-off-the-grill burgers, plus original wild fries with cheese, ranch dressing and crumbled bacon, all fresh and cooked to order. Make sure to save room for dessert though, with over 50 flavors of ice cream milkshakes to choose from. What To Order: Don't miss the New World Gino Giant; over half a pound of meat with cheese, lettuce, pickles and Original Gino's Giant sauce, or the Buffalo Chicken Wrap layered with Gino's Buffalo sauce, bleu cheese dressing & crumbled bleu cheese. You can also choose from over a dozen premium sandwich topping choices, hand-breaded tenders, and fresh garden salads.
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Limit 1 per customer, up to 1 additional as a gift • Valid only for in-store purchases • Excludes alcohol, rice, and noodles • Entire value must be used in a single visit
On the island of Maui, the road to the remote town of Hana is a twisting, adventurous drive along Hawaiian cliffs. But in Northeast Ohio, an easy jaunt down Portage Path leads to the Hana Asian Market, a Korean-owned grocery store featuring Asian groceries: • $10 for $20 worth of groceries • Features groceries for Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Thai, and Indian cuisines • Favorites include sashimi-grade seafood, housemade kimchi, and green tea ice cream Hana Asian Market's Website | Facebook
Why You Should Go: Home-cooking to you means rich flavors, lots of options and a feast of your favorite foods. Take a big bite out of the Rein’s family specialties at Rein’s New York Style Deli, where their made-from-scratch recipes and classic breakfast, lunch and catering selections will feel just like home. What You Should Taste: Start with a bowl of crisp garlic pickles at your table. Then indulge in the homemade soups, mounds of savory hot pastrami and corned beef on rye, hand-cut lox layered on cream cheese-laden bagels, crispy potato latkes, knishes, delectable cheese blintzes and creamy hand made cheesecake from New York. And don't think about leaving without a taste of the heavenly homemade desserts. What You Should Know: In 1972 owner Bob Rein coined the motto ‘The Taste of Quality is Long Remembered’ and he and his staff prepare food with that belief in mind. From perfectly baked breads and bagels to soups from scratch and hot entrees, you’ll be at home at Rein’s.
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