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What You'll Get
Cooking, like taking a pop quiz and defusing a bomb on national television, is often a source of stress. Disarm your hunger with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of American fare and drinks at The Corn Patch Restaurant in Grimes.
The Corn Patch Restaurant warms midsections with a menu of house-made, comforting American cooking. A tangle of spaghetti noodles bathes in house-made meat sauce or marinara until each noodle soaks up tomato-y flavor ($10.95), and shrimp swim to tables deep-fried ($16.95) or baked ($17.25), depending on how much crispy-crunch diners desire. Patrons can anchor fork tines into an 18-ounce rib eye ($19.95) or try to polish off 18 ounces of pork ribs ($15.95) slathered in enough luscious barbecue sauce to compliment the meat without marching up to diners’ taste buds and demanding an audience with the uvula. Eight sandwiches ($7.95--$13.25) tote from plate to mouth such delectable protein servings as chicken breast, turkey, or pork tenderloin. Each meal arrives tableside with house-made potato soup simmered from a secret family recipe transcribed with invisible ink and washed down with a soft drink ($2.25) or beer ($3).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 23, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Corn Patch Restaurant
As its name implies, The Corn Patch Restaurant celebrates the Heartland roots of American cuisine with a menu of pork chops, freshly breaded chicken, and hand-cut steaks prepared according to recipes known only to the chefs and family owners. The most famous of these is undoubtedly the creamy, house-made potato soup, which accompanies every meal only after diners sign an oath to never speculate on its secret recipe. To further honor their down-home roots, the owners have named some of their most popular dishes after friends and family, including such favorites as Lucy’s chicken breast and Dennie’s Famous Reuben.