In his famous classical-conditioning experiment, Ivan Pavlov proved that it’s physically impossible for a Russian scientist's mouth not to water when he says the word "porterhouse.” Moisten your own steak receptacle with today’s Groupon. For $14, you get $30 worth of sirloins, filets, salads, and more at Dessy B's Steakhouse.
Dessy B's menu pairs carefully prepared plates with daringly foodless plates awaiting your touch at the wrap-around soup and salad bar. Paint your waiting food canvas with over 50 hot and cold choices daily for lunch ($6.99), dinner ($8.99), or as a bottomless side dish to any meal of the day ($2.49 at lunch, $3.49 at dinner). If you use your Groupon for dinner at Dessy B's, up to four sweets cravers can take a complimentary trip to the ice-cream bar, where toppings wait patiently to rain down on the frozen treats as diners please. Unlike buffet-restaurant chains, Dessy B's uses fresh ingredients and serves up a succulent full menu alongside the voluminous self-serve soups and salads.
As a house made of steaks, Dessy B's is well insulated for inclement weather and well stocked for indulgent appetites. Fork into a 16-ounce rib eye ($16.99) or a landmark 20-ounce porterhouse ($22.99) and top them off with a medley of options ranging from grilled onions, fried mushrooms, or bell peppers ($0.99 for each). Other mature meals, such as burgers, seafood, or pasta, hover slightly above and below the $10 range. Kids' menus and tweens' menus are also available.
Buffets give families a chance to eat together without arguments over where to go and whether or not they can bring their vegetarian or meatatarian friends along. Families flourish when they can assert themselves as individuals with a vast array of choices and creative plating control: young ones can mold imaginative food castles, parents can construct sophisticated salads, and seniors can harness years of utensil wielding into every sling of the slotted spoon.
This Groupon is not valid with lunch specials.
Dessy B's Steakhouse
When a popular steakhouse chain withdrew from the valley, leaving more than 100 workers unemployed, former district manager Arthur Church decided to follow his dream of running his own steakhouse. Hiring many of his old coworkers, he opened the doors of Dessy B's Steakhouse, where his team eschews the frozen, pre-made dishes of chain restaurants in favor of fresh-made steaks, seafood, and burgers.
The menu anchors plates with hearty, succulent steaks ranging from 8-ounce cuts of sirloin to 20-ounce porterhouses. Cooks grill trout and salmon, steam lobster tails, and build half-pound teriyaki pineapple burgers. The salad bar invites patrons to mix and match more than 50 ingredients that make the bar an ideal witness protection program for romaine lettuce.