People's Grocery Cooperative was founded in 1975 as a place where consumers could get local, organic, and natural foods at low prices. It stocks everything from hard-to-get coffees and spices to everyday items including milk and bread. Special orders bring in rare items in bulk and an on-site deli makes wholesome sandwiches with produce and meats from humane and local suppliers.
The trained professionals at A Cut Above brandish their skills to refurbish appearances with hair-centric services. During the 10- to 30-minute haircut, one of these mane masters will prune shaggy head shrubberies using a choice of traditional scissors, texture-conjuring razors, or gas-powered lawn mowers. Women and men both can opt to tame unruly brows into suave submission with an eyebrow waxing. Alternately, an upper-lip waxing uproots unwanted facial hair, leaving lips smooth and aerodynamic for Olympic-grade pie-eating marathons.
Bring this Groupon to any Sears location that lovingly houses a Portrait Studio to receive this bounteous package of beauteous snapshots. Strain the mantle with a load of prints that feature contemporary poses, striking lighting, and awe-inspiring subjects. Pose solo, with the family, or with the old competitive phonebook-ripping team to create a memorable keepsake that will live forever inside a variety of print sizes, as well as 10 customized greeting cards.
A fresh take on cooked-to-order burgers, Smashburger boasts well-stacked meaty marvels—such as Kansas City Smashburgers housed in an egg bun and slathered with A.1. steak sauce—as well as expedient service and ample sit-down space. The menu boasts more smashes than two monster trucks playing tennis, with Smashburgers—100% Angus beef plus quality veggies and cheeses on an artisan bun—taking center stage ($4.99–$6.99). Grilled, crispy Smashchickens ($5.99–$6.99) arrive bedecked in buffalo sauce, chipotle mayo, or your sauce of choice, proudly vying for dental attention with the fresh garden green tossed Smashsalads ($4.99–6.99). Smashsides such as the Smashfries fire up the hearts and bellies of all gracious guests ($1.99–$2.99), and nonsecret specialties, such as the Häagen-Dazs shake ($3.99), keep mouths grounded, cool, and smiley.
Family owned and operated for almost half a century, Vista Drive In serves up a menu filled with classic American fare that pairs perfectly with its vintage drive-in atmosphere. Groupon holders can chomp into a prepared-to-order Vistaburger, a quarter-pound beef patty laden with garden-fresh veggies, and since the deal includes two sandwiches, customers can devour both in a single sitting or don the second burger as a succulent beanie. Locals flock to the restaurant to observe hamburgers in their natural habitat, which showcases a retro neon sign and houses a storied history, as well as philanthropic owners who help support KSU and other local schools.
Ingredient restaurant offers a smorgasbord of gourmet and customizable culinary bites in a quick-serve atmosphere, catering to dietary restrictions whenever possible. Local ingredients claim squatter's rights on the menu, sprucing up dishes such as the custom salads ($8.95), with more than 75 options to arrange into fully functioning veggie ecosystems.