What You'll Get
Locally sourced meals allow eaters to support local commerce and avoid the unsavory stardust that sticks to crops grown on asteroids. Chow down on down-to-earth chow with today's Groupon: for $30, you get $60 worth of delivered local-artisan fare from artizone. Artizone delivers to several zip codes in and around the Dallas area (in addition to the $60 value, $15 delivery fee included before September 21).
Artizone's selection of 11 local artisans grow, craft, and bake mouth-watering morsels that can be delivered directly to domiciles. Deliveries can include handmade breads from the Empire Baking Company ($2.09–$14.70), handcrafted cheeses from Scardello ($1.18+ per oz.), and gingerbread men who would rather hitchhike to your door. Brighten up a drab morning with free-range eggs, laid by organically fed chickens, from Busy B's Market ($5.33 for a dozen), or create a fish-centric meal with tender Atlantic salmon from Rex's Seafood ($.85/oz.). Meanwhile, JJ&B's fig and walnut jam ($9.45) is crafted from Mexia, Texas, figs and spreads as smoothly as turtle wax on a newly sanded Pinocchio.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 4, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per order. Online only. Not valid for alcohol. Not valid for sale items. Delivery only. Valid only for delivery in Dallas, Addison, Plano, and Irving. Delivery fee not included after September 21. Not valid toward delivery fee. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
First, a stop at Rush Patisserie for flaky, buttery croissants, then off to Holy Ravioli for arrabiata sauce and freshly made spaghetti. At La Duni, small-batch apple pastries await, stuffed with caramelized apples and streusel, and at Hirsch's Specialty Meats, there's beef brisket ready for roasting.
With Dallas's butchers, chocolatiers, beekeepers, fishmongers, and other merchants, there's plenty of fresh, local food to be found—but driving around to pick it all up can be exhausting. Fortunately, Artizone's staff of locavores wants to make the process easier. After customers shop online to make their grocery lists from Artizone's sizeable group of artisans, they'll pick everything up and drop it all off at customers homes or not-so-secret underground lairs.