If you only eat at restaurants, you won't have to keep food in the fridge and you'll have more room for the snowman you're not ready to say goodbye to. Keep your kitchen empty and your heart full with this Groupon.
$20 for a Deck of Restaurant Gift Cards ($43 Value)
The Foodie STL deck contains 53 gift cards (the standard 52 plus one bonus), each of which grants diners $10 off a purchase of $25 or more at a different noncorporate restaurant or café in the Saint Louis area.
Foodie STL urges diners to explore the scope of Saint Louis's culinary offerings by presenting them with a deck of $10 gift certificates to 53 local restaurants. Although the deck features a variety of cuisines from eateries located in neighborhoods throughout the city, it is exclusively devoted to locally run favorites and little-known gems. The 2013 edition highlights the eclectic sandwiches and ice-cream martinis of The Fountain on Locust, with its iconic hand-painted art-deco interior; the Mediterranean tapas of Joyia; and the sushi, sashimi, and Japanese cuisine of Drunken Fish, which earned Saint Louis’s 2011 Iron Bartender award from Alive magazine. Foodie STL partners with Food Outreach, a volunteer-based organization dedicated to providing healthful meals and nutritional counseling to men, women, and children living with HIV/AIDS or cancer.
Foodie SF Peninsula Edition
Foodie SF Peninsula Edition encourages exploration of local chef-driven or owner-operated restaurants with its packs of $10 gift cards. Culinary adventurers explore the peninsula area's diverse food scene with 52 gift cards to restaurants such as 231 Ellsworth, a Michelin-recommended eatery with an 800-bottle wine list; La Hacienda, which has been cooking healthy Mexican cuisine with lean meats since 1980; and Sakoon, an Indian restaurant with whimsical modern decor in downtown Mountain View. The cards come inside an orange box emblazoned with crossed spoons that bear the signature checked pattern of a racing flag, spurring eaters to race forth to restaurants or build their own pit crews out of cutlery.