$15 for $30 Worth of Upscale Homestyle Dinner at Maggie’s Farm

Middleton

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Three things are traditionally required if you want to enjoy a gourmet meal: the finest ingredients, a very long dinner table, and a near-sighted heiress who doesn't realize you're not Lord Reginald. Drop the accent with this Groupon.

$15 for $30 Worth of Homestyle Dinner

The stuffed eggplant with spaghetti is $18, the fish and chips with onion rings and apple cole slaw is $19, and sushi rolls run $7–$16. See the full dinner menu.

Maggie’s Farm

A 1953 International Harvester tractor parks outside Maggie’s Farm, and inside, barn lights and boards reclaimed from a 1700s barn evoke a cozy country feeling. And yet, despite the fact that the restaurant’s decor was harvested from and styled after local farms under the direction of a rooster with an interior-designer background, the menus widen their focus to include more varied meals.

Beyond homestyle eats such as meatloaf and Black Angus burgers, diners can settle into plates of fish ’n’ chips, Cuban sandwiches, and chicken milanese. A separate sushi menu boasts six types of nigiri and sashimi, 16 specialty rolls, and oysters pulled from the waters of Massachusetts, Virginia, and the Long Island Sound.

Thirty-four stools encircle the bar, where bartenders fill glasses with both macrobrews and local beers such as Cape Ann Kolsch and Cody Wheelers Brown. The bartenders also craft cocktails, infusing elderflower liqueur into gin-based elder and wisers, and plopping champagne floats onto mimosa martinis with orange vodka and Cointreau. Nearly 30 wines populate a list with varietals culled from New Zealand, Argentina, and Sardinia.

However, the founders of Maggie’s Farm envisioned it as more than a place to eat and drink; they were also inspired by the promise of meeting new friends and their love of counterculture music. Named after the Bob Dylan song, the restaurant maintains that spirit by hosting live musicians whose styles range from funk to bluegrass to acoustic. A magician mystifies families with tricks Monday and Tuesday, and ladies’ night on Wednesday dishes out $1 oysters while banishing the men’s room to another plane on the space-time continuum.

Maggie’s Farm

A 1953 International Harvester tractor parks outside Maggie’s Farm, and inside, barn lights and boards reclaimed from a 1700s barn evoke a cozy country feeling. And yet, despite the fact that the restaurant’s decor was harvested from and styled after local farms under the direction of a rooster with an interior-designer background, the menus widen their focus to include more internationally inspired meals.

Beyond homestyle eats such as meatloaf and Black Angus burgers, diners can settle into plates of fish ’n’ chips, Cuban sandwiches, and chicken milanese. A separate sushi menu boasts six types of nigiri and sashimi, 16 specialty rolls, and oysters pulled from the waters of Massachusetts, Virginia, and the Long Island Sound.

Thirty-four stools encircle the bar, where bartenders fill glasses with both macrobrews and local beers such as Cape Ann Kolsch and Cody Wheelers Brown. The bartenders also craft cocktails, infusing elderflower liqueur into gin-based elder and wisers, and plopping champagne floats onto mimosa martinis with orange vodka and Cointreau. Nearly 30 wines populate a list with varietals culled from New Zealand, Argentina, and Sardinia.

However, the founders of Maggie’s Farm envisioned it as more than a place to eat and drink; they were also inspired by the promise of meeting new friends and their love of counterculture music. Named after the Bob Dylan song, the restaurant maintains that spirit by hosting live musicians whose styles range from funk to bluegrass to acoustic. A magician mystifies families with tricks Monday and Tuesday, and ladies’ night on Wednesday dishes out $1 oysters while banishing the men’s room to another plane on the space-time continuum.

Reviews

Very comfortable environment. High quality food...Large portions and fresh meals

Shawn E., Yelp, 4/28/12

Tips from Groupon Customers

  • “Awesome food and a great atmosphere. Love that it is local!”

  • “Great restaurant, I will definitely be back in the future. Fun, rustic environment, plays great music. The food was really really delicious and plentiful. ”

  • “Very good, I'd go again. ”


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    Middleton

    119 S Main St.

    Middleton, Massachusetts 01949

    978-539-8583

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In a Nutshell

Pan-roasted cod with whipped potatoes, goat-cheese salads with steak, and spicy-tuna and rice-cracker sushi wrapped in cucumber

The Fine Print

Expires Jan 30th, 2013. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Valid only for dinner. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Reservation recommended. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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