A delicious meal leaves you feeling satisfied, like finishing a jigsaw puzzle or making a cool new jigsaw puzzle out of your parents' wedding album. Fill the empty place with this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of Comfort Food, Sandwiches, and Burgers
The menu pairs the sherry- and soy-marinated flank steak of Big Dave’s London Broil ($16.99 for a full portion; $9.99 for a half portion) with a rotating selection of craft beers and sips from a well-rounded wine list. The signature chicken-salad sandwich with walnuts and dried cherries ($8.99) rounds out the offerings alongside the Barnwood burger topped with barbecue sauce and applewood-smoked bacon ($9.99).
There aren't many restaurants anymore where you can sit in the same booth your parents might have dined in 40 years ago. But such is the case at Beggar's Banquet. The self-proclaimed restaurant and saloon took root in 1973, founded by Bob Adler and named after his favorite Rolling Stones album. The pub-like main dining area remains down-to-earth and casual, welcoming guests with wood-paneled walls and stained-glass windows. The names of "beggulars" are etched on gold plates above the bar, and local families celebrate milestones in an elegant room dedicated to private parties. All of this, coupled with the nostalgic atmosphere and tasty, homestyle dishes, has helped Beggar’s Banquet earn praise as one of Lansing's best restaurants by 10Best.
Twenty ever-changing craft beers on tap and a wine list that ranges from malbecs to piesporters fuel the jovial ambiance. Cooks innovate creative spins on classic comfort food, adding muenster, havarti, and gouda to their baked mac 'n’ cheese and a blueberry compote to char-grilled pork chops. They also serve breakfast until 2 p.m., the time each day when orange juice magically transforms into soda pop.
93% of 128 customers recommend
“Good job!!! I always love eating at your restaurant :-)”
“Good food, great staff, reasonable prices--what's not to love?”
“keep up the good work and please do more groupons - I'd be in twice as often!”