While it is clinically proven that going out to eat releases serotonin, the fastest way to catalyze the process typically involves winning the lottery or YouTubing cat videos. Get happy the old-fashioned way with today’s Groupon: for $8, you get $16 worth of kicked-up comfort fare and drinks at Dish n’ Dat, in Canton.
Dish n’ Dat combines the comfort of traditional diner fare with bistro-style creativity to create innovative salads, sandwiches, breakfast dishes, milkshakes, and more. Start the culinary cavalcade with Sweetie Pie sweet potato fries ($5) or a cup of new england clam chowder ($4). Breakfast dishes such as the Hobo Scramble—a mosh pit of three eggs, three types of meat, peppers, onions, home fries, and toast ($12)—are served all day. Burgers vary from the sloppy junkyard dog burger, topped with barbeque pulled pork ($13), to the less napkin-threatening Slammin’ Salmon burger ($13). Because nothing drowns out the groans of a fiery-hot belly-pit like cool ice cream and the sweet scold of vodka, Dish n’ Dat’s drink menu includes hand-scooped milkshakes ($5–$7), “21 & Over” shakes ($9), martinis ($9–$10), and house-infused vodka ($3–$6).
Dish N' Dat
Dish N' Dat's chefs recreate the flavors of a classic American diner, one dish at a time. They make plenty of hefty burgers, grinding all their beef in-house from chuck, brisket, and short rib. The burgers come with pickles and fries, but also pair well with other dishes, including the six varieties of mac and cheese. Not every visit has to involve a full meal; they also make ice cream floats and shakes. The entire table can sample snacks in the form of Dish's Famous Trash Can, which comes with a bowl of chicken tenders, mozzarella sticks, french fries, and tater tots done-up "animal style," topped with cheese, Russian dressing, and bacon bits, just as they occur in nature.
110 Albany Tpke.
Canton, Connecticut 06019Get Directions