$10 for $20 Worth of Food and Drink at Gingham’s Restaurant

Gingham's Restaurant South County

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Chefs prepare southern-style entrees, hearty burgers & buttermilk pancakes made from signature mix in 24-hour eatery

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Expires May 16th, 2012. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Valid only at South County location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Like waking a hibernating bear, waking a dormant stomach causes violent growls that can only be silenced by stacks of pancakes and 20 minutes of gentle patting. Ward off vicious appetites with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of food and drink at Gingham’s Restaurant.

Twenty-four hours a day, Gingham’s Restaurant’s kitchen wizards pile plates with any item from a menu that flaunts southern-style entrees, creative burgers, and pancakes made from a signature mix. Syrup showers soak fluffy buttermilk pancakes that, like Little Debbie’s favorite earrings, are studded with pecans, blueberries, and bacon ($4.99+). Made-from-scratch dinner rolls flourish beneath dollops of honey butter, prepping palates for bone-in catfish cuts ($8.99) and country-fried steak smothered in country gravy ($8.29). Comfort-fare gurus top quarter-pound hot dogs with smoked bacon and melted american cheese to create the Pedigree Pup ($6.29), and the Godfather burger makes taste buds an offer they can’t refuse, tasking pepperoni, marinara sauce, and melted mozzarella with silencing loose-lipped tummies ($6.79).

Gingham's Restaurant

No matter the time of day or night, the kitchen staff at Gingham’s Restaurant churns out any meal—be it breakfast for dinner or lunch at 2 a.m. —that their customers crave. Famous buttermilk pancakes speckled with everything from blueberries to bits of bacon hush grumbling stomachs, as the friendly wait staff shuffles around bottomless pots of Ronnoco coffee and homemade dinner rolls. Chefs scramble farm-fresh eggs into nine different omelets, masterfully fry chicken, and drown homestyle meatloaf in rich gravy. The eatery doesn’t forget about dessert, satiating the child that nests in everyone’s molars with ice-cream sundaes and cherry crisps.

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