What You'll Get
A well rounded diet embraces food from all the food pyramid's categories, including vegetables, soft rocks, water, and vitamin water. Assemble a complete meal with today's Groupon: $15 for a cook-at-home meal from Dinner Rush (a $33 value) on Nelson Road. Dinner Rush is a food preparation emporium offering busy cooks the chance to quickly assemble an arsenal of meals from an extensive selection of pre-prepared ingredients and corresponding recipes. During their previously scheduled appointment, customers suit up in a Dinner Rush apron and personally construct one of a wide variety of entrees, snacks, and appetizers from pre-chopped and pre-sliced ingredients with the freedom to adjust ingredients to suit diners' tastes or amnesia-causing allergies. Those short on time can also opt to pick up a grab and go pre-assembled meal complete with cooking instructions. Return home victorious in the battle against hunger toting a cooler stuffed with juicy Phillippine pork adobo ready for the crock pot, or a rich lobster bisque that can be warmed up on the stove in just 20 minutes. Entrees serve 4–6 people, and menus rotate monthly, so check ahead for availability. Learn more about the self-preparation process here, and click here to watch a video about the process.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 21, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per household, may buy 1 as a gift. Must use in 1 visit. Tax not included. No cash value. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Dinner Rush
Though Dinner Rush is always bustling, no one ever dines in. That’s because Dinner Rush is a place for guests to come assemble take-home meals that can be cooked at home throughout the week. These meals feed between four and six people, and guests can assemble up to 12 meals in two hours.
Patrons first select the entrees they want on the website and book a time to come in. When they arrive at Dinner Rush, staffers give them a brief orientation and an apron to wear. Patrons then head to the recipe stations and assemble their meals using easy-to-follow instructions.
In order to accommodate all taste preferences, the menu features a variety of food and changes frequently. It may include entrees such as lemon-pepper grilled chops or cheesy lasagna rolls. Because the ingredients are pre-washed and pre-chopped, the meal assembly is efficient, ensuring that guests can spend more time at home hanging out with their families or sewing fancy hats for the dog.