More than 300 wines and 80-plus domestic craft beers await palates at All Y'Alls Wine & Gourmet Market. Customers can use today's deal to release their inner oenophile or warbling wino during a tasting that includes eight sample pours and appetizer pairings. The 1.5-hour long event is held three or four times each week and accommodates 14–18 tasters in order to keep the experience more personal and less likely to deteriorate into a cricket brawl. Making its home in historic downtown Roswell, All Y'All's mixes up some of the region's finest foods and grapeliest goods to please the pickiest of palates. Cork up your inhibitions and unwrap a bouquet of fermented vinery with today's Groupon to All Y'All's Wine & Gourmet Market.
McAlister's Deli's kitchen craftspeople concoct sandwiches, salads, and loaded potatoes from fresh ingredients and artisan breads, creating meals that earned them a spot on the 2009 10 Best Fast-Casual Restaurants list by Parents magazine. Rather than braving a home kitchen's gauntlet of hanging knives and mayonnaise slicks, pick up a gameday pack that includes an assortment of deli sandwiches with roast beef, turkey, or ham with cheese on fresh-baked breads. Dip a combination of chocolate-chip, oatmeal-raisin, and white-chocolate-macadamia cookies in tall glasses of home-brewed sweet tea made from rainforest-certified black tea and pure sugar, or opt for the unsweetened variety.
Bar favorites, burgers, and finger-friendly grub pepper the chilly Coldbrew's menu. Start with an order of chips and salsa ($2.95), mozzarella sticks ($5.95), or shrimp-scampi skewers ($6.95). Smaller selections such as the rib basket ($8.95) and the bite-size corn dogs served with mustard dipping sauce ($6.95) appease quieter appetites. Aside from fried fare, Coldbrew's also offers a variety of homemade soups and fresh salads. Try the grilled-chicken salad bedded atop mixed greens and tossed with tomatoes, cheese, and croutons ($7.95) or the glazed salmon ($9.95) with citrus-honey glaze, mixed greens, tomatoes, and sweet carrots. The exhaustive burger, sandwich, and wrap selection covers all bun bases, with everything from a low-calorie black-bean burger ($6.95) to a spicy buffalo wrap with blue-cheese dressing for dipping ($7.95).
Relish's various menus sweep Southern cuisine into a passionate embrace before injecting it with a loaded syringe of contemporary flair. Open for lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch, the charming eatery encourages patrons to savor each bite with unexpected flavor combinations that imbue hearty fare with delicate subtlety. Kick off a dinner feast with pimiento cheese fritters served with pepper jelly ($6.95) before grazing on a Relish salad (with corn, black-eyed peas, red-pepper relish, tomato, cucumber, and grit-ons, $6.95) or forking the succulent bacon-wrapped mountain trout with sweet-potato hash ($16.95). Don't miss the decadent Krispy Kreme bread pudding accompanied with an espresso cream sauce ($6.25) for dessert. Sunday brunch is served buffet style ($16.95 for adults, $7.95 for children 6–10, $3.95 for children 5 and under, and $0.99 for children of the corn). Mix your meal with a refreshing beverage like Relish's signature freshly squeezed cucumber lemonade ($2.99) or one of around 50 varieties of wine.
The New York Butcher Shoppe's high-quality meats star in the filet meal, which consists of two 8-ounce certified Angus beef choice filets, two locked and loaded baked potatoes, a bag of spring mix, and a French baguette. The shop's butcher buffs use beef from the country’s very best Angus programs and skillfully wield steak-shaped cookie cutters to produce well-marbled, tender, and consistent muscle patties cut to each customer’s order.
Chef Chris Borden has sliced, diced, and sizzled up countless gourmet dishes for more than 17 years. A master of making fine food on a tight caloric budget, Borden's career spans work at establishments ranging from luxurious country clubs to diet-conscious healthcare facilities. At Fresh 'n Fit Cuisine, he's backed by a highly trained culinary team and a registered dietitian, all of whom work to make the finest meals no matter what the client's nutritional needs. Borden uses fresh ingredients, shying away from the frozen, dehydrated, or astronaut-friendly ones often used in other premade meals.
The menus rotate regularly, and meet the guidelines set by the American Diabetes Association, the American Heart Association, the American Dietetic Association, and the American Cancer Society. After Chef Borden and his team prepare the dishes within a USDA-approved kitchen, they’ll prep them for pickup at one of Fresh ‘n Fit’s 79 area locations.