Your Groupon gets you access to the classic meat and seafood dishes, generous salads, and inventive sandwiches of City Cafe’s New American menu. Executive Chef Chad Gauss uses local and all-natural ingredients whenever possible, whipping up sophisticated takes on classic Americana such as the TV Dinner ($15), a hearty plate of Kobe Salisbury steak, pan gravy, mashed potatoes, veggies, and a chocolate brownie to top it off. Theatre-goers still waiting for William Shatner, Brian Blessed, and Al Pacino to appear on stage together can enjoy something equally hammy with the 3 Little Pigs ($16), a porcine plate of grilled pork loin, West Carolina pulled pork, smoked bacon, potato hash, and spinach. Lite Fare, on the other hand, includes sandwiches such as the hometown favorite Baltimore Club ($19), the salmon BLT ($12), and the exotic Moroccan lamb burger ($13). City Cafe also offers an impressive array of meal-worthy salads, including the beef tenderloin ($17) and seared tuna ($15), all of which are served on plates, and never in wet baskets.