According to Maslow's hierarchy of needs, humans cannot attain self-actualization without first tending to such basic physiological needs as water, sleep, and brisket. Achieve overall fulfillment with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of upscale American fare and drinks at Cromwell's Tavern in Greenville.
Cromwell's Tavern mingles a menu of upscale eats with friendly, attentive service, which combine to create a cozy, inviting space worthy of its Best of Delaware 2011 win for Pubby Atmosphere. Taste buds take flight sans hot-wired jetpack with the airborne chicken-winglets starter ($10.95), flanked by a fleet of spice-soothing condiments and a choice of mild, hot, or Nuclear sauce, and fangs sink effortlessly into the succulent 8-ounce original Cromwell burger ($10.95). A savory frock of balsamic-roasted peppers and melted boursin cheese adorn the boursin pork ($17.95), and lovelorn apple bacon tenderly embraces the 4-ounce filet mignon, chaperoned by the watchful, piquant eye of a peppercorn demi-glaze ($18.95). Aquatic courses such as the sweet-and-sour-tuna ($18.95) or the grilled wild Alaska salmon ($18.95) occupy competitive sweet teeth before they battle for the affections of New-York-style cheesecake $4.50) or traditional crème brûIée ($4.50).
Those looking to slosh down a sea of savories in Cromwell's Tavern's barn-wood-and-brick-bolstered interior can enjoy a Lemon Drop martini or a Guinness draft. Communicate full contentment or the fact that someone is stuck in a well by interpretive dancing to the beat of live bands on Thursdays or bask in the muted lighting and electric glow of the grill's three high-definition TVs.