Organic Teas and Appalachian-Inspired Cuisine for Dinner or for Lunch or Brunch at Hillbilly Tea (Half Off)

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Organic whole-leaf teas & savory mountain-inspired cuisine such as pork and pone, bourbon bread pudding & housemade cornmeal noodles

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Expires Apr 25th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only for dinner option. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Not valid for special events. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $15 for $30 worth of organic teas and Appalachian-inspired cuisine during dinner
  • $6 for $12 worth of organic teas and Appalachian-inspired cuisine during lunch or brunch

The tea selection includes red-bush rooibos tea with dried fruit ($4.75), Big Earl's ($3.75)—a stronger version of classic Earl Grey—and Smokey Mountain chai ($5.25). Appalachian-inspired dishes range from smoked chicken salad ($9) to pork and pone with roasted garlic mayo ($9 for lunch). See the full tea and food menus.

Hillbilly Tea

Dedicated to combining the pleasures of tea and "good, wholesome food," according to co-owner Karter Louis in the Louisville Eccentric Observer, Hillbilly Tea invites patrons to sip at organic whole leaf teas and feast on mountain-inspired fare made from locally sourced ingredients. Like in a lavish dollhouse sauna, steam rises from mugs filled with black, green, herbal, and rare teas, from the sweet, full-bodied Swamp Tea to the aromatic Remedy tea. Ingredients from local enterprises such as Duncan Farms and Stone Cross Farms combine for contemporary fare based on traditional Appalachian recipes, and vegetarian options such as vegan barbecue meatloaf slay hunger more effectively than a medieval knight in a chain-mail apron. Praised for its "old-fashioned country cooking" by the Courier Journal, Hillbilly Tea complements its brunch, lunch, and dinner dishes with savory additions such as chai butter and tomato jam.

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