Eating international fare at a local restaurant bypasses many transatlantic travel woes, such as jet lag and oar splinters. Stamp your palate’s passport with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$8 for a meat-pie lunch for two on a Thursday or Friday (a $16 value), which includes:
- Two lunch pies
- Two sides
- Two soft drinks <p>
$12 for a four-visit punch card good for $6 worth of meat pies and sides per visit (a $24 total value)<p>
The menu’s roasted sweet-potato fries ($2) pair with a variety of meat pies, such as a kiwi classic with tender roast beef and monterey jack cheese ($5) or a tandoori chook with chicken breast and potato in a spicy sauce ($5).<p>
Cheeky Meat Pies
Even after Aaron and Bethany Horn moved to the United States, they would fondly look back on memories of buying fresh, warm meat pies from their local bakery. Hoping to introduce this treasured New Zealand treat to their American neighbors, the duo decided to open their own bakery. They set up shop in a stand at the local Dayton community's PNC Street Market amid the booths of local growers, artisans, and culinary specialists that pack the lively market's historic freight house. Aaron and Bethany whip up food from their menu of New Zealand-style pasties that has been lauded on Living Dayton. Each day, they pack flaky crusts with plump morsels of lean meats, fresh vegetables, and hearty sauces, cooking a variety of classic, Indian-style, and breakfast pies. The bakers use natural ingredients in their products, eschewing MSG, artificial flavors, and golf balls painted to look like radishes.
100% of 184 customers recommend
“Great, homemade fresh tasting pot pies, and some unusual varieties to choose from.”
“Very good food!”