$9 for $18 Worth of Diner Fare at Stabby's Cafe

Bancroft, Minneapolis

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In a Nutshell

  • Diner comfort food
  • Flint-style Coney dogs
  • Gourmet omelettes
  • Hearty portions

The Fine Print

Expires Oct 2nd, 2010. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per table. No cash back. Tax and gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Diners are as American as hitting an apple pie with a baseball bat. For $9, today’s Groupon gets you $18 worth of diner fare at Stabby’s Café, a no-frills eatery that serves hearty portions of diner-style comfort food.

Stabby's menu features a wide variety of roadside staples, including a heaping pile of breakfast options. Biscuits and gravy cross paths with homemade sausage gravy slathered over two fresh, open-faced mountains of biscuit ($6.49, $7.49 with two eggs). Gourmet omelettes, served with specially spiced hash browns and toast, range from Kristin’s Vegetarian Revenge, which combines veggie sausage, tomato, onion, mushrooms, and choice of cheese ($8.99), to Farmer Pete, a concoction of bacon, onion, in-omelette hash browns, and sausage gravy ($8.99). To pamper a pancake palate, feast on the likes of gingerbread-banana pancakes, banana-blueberry pancakes, and pancake pancakes ($2.99–$4.49 for one, $4.99–$5.99 for two).

No diner is complete without midday American favorites. Unlike Vegas weddings, hot dogs and condiments have forged a happy marriage with the piled-high Oh, Angelo, a Flint-style Coney dog that drapes a Koegel's all-beef hot dog with homemade Coney chili sauce and sprinkled raw onion ($4.99). Stabby’s rounds out its lunch offerings with third-pound burgers, such as the Chipotle Cali Cheese ($6.99), diner-style sandwiches (starting at $4.49), and a kids' menu for children 12 and younger or adults wearing masks that look like children 12 and younger.

Reviews

One of Mpls.St.Paul magazine's Best Breakfasts & Brunches, Stabby's Cafe has four stars from Yelpers. Seventy-nine percent of Urbanspooners like it.

  • Stabby’s is a welcome retooling of Isabel’s Coffee Café. It’s bare-bones spare, but the gingerbread pancakes and lightly spiked “Cajun” hash browns are great deals. – Beth Dooley, Mpls.St.Paul
  • I went in for breakfast and opted for the biscuits and gravy and one of their eggs/bacon/hash plates. Seriously, some of the best biscuits and gravy I have had, ever. – Ralphie, Urbanspoon

All Locations

  • Bancroft

    4159 Cedar Ave. S

    Minneapolis, Minnesota 55407

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