Finding local sources of international fare eliminates the woes associated with transatlantic travel, such as jet lag and oar splinters. Stamp your palate’s passport with today’s Groupon.
$10 for $20 worth of imported European groceries, such as:
- French, Greek, or Bulgarian feta ($7.99/lb.)
- Russian salami ($14.99/lb.)
- Polish kielbasa ($4.60/lb.)
- Pierogi ($4.99–$5.29)
- Tiramisu ($3.99)
True to its name, Europe stocks it shelves with decadent European meats, cheeses, and pastries from far-off nations such as Poland, Russia, and Greece. At the meat counter, Polish kielbasa forges an alliance of tubed meats with German bratwurst and Hungarian salami. Smoked mackerel swims through the shop’s seafood stock along with pickled herring and salmon caviar, which lavishes taste buds with rich flavor rivaled only by licking Poseidon’s prenuptial agreement. Artisans from Poland, Russia, and Greece craft cheeses to melt atop freshly baked rolls from the bakery or chase with velvety Italian tiramisu.