What You'll Get
Eating out is a way to relieve oneself of tiresome kitchen duties, such as slaving over the stove, sudsing the pots and pans, and translating new cookie recipes from Elvish. Leave the food labor to someone else with today's Groupon: for $12, you get $24 worth of American fare and nonalcoholic drinks at Crown Point Restaurant.
Crown Point's menu is populated with an array of proteins from land and sea, pastas, salads, and more. Customers can nosh on some fried squash ($5.29) or its dairy-laden cousins, mozzarella sticks ($5.99), before discussing the latest loafer trends over the distinguished-looking salt-and-pepper catfish ($8.99). A bounty of burgers and sandwiches ($5.99–$7.49), steaks ($14.99–$17.59), and chicken dishes ($6.99–$8.99) sate carnivorous cravings, and the cheesy, marinara-topped manicotti ($7.99) offers hearty sustenance sans meat. Early-morning incisors can wake up on the right side of the fluffy cheese omelette ($5.49) or the super breakfast, a jowl workout featuring a pair of pancakes, a twosome of eggs any style, and a savory side such as bacon, smoked sausages, or baked ham ($6.09–$6.99).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 26, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid toward alcohol. Must use in 1 visit. Gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Crown Point Restaurant
Since serving up the first order of their now-famous fried squash in 1981, Crown Point Restaurant’s chefs have earned local renown for their platefuls of hearty, made-from-scratch comfort fare. Nearly every day for more than three decades, the restaurant’s kitchen counters have played host to fresh ingredients such as hand-cut pork chops and chicken livers. Though the menu culls its most obvious inspirations from America’s heartland, a Mediterranean undercurrent is apparent in offerings such as baklava and chicken stuffed with feta cheese and miniature Greek soldiers.