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What You'll Get
Putting a man on the moon was briefly considered mankind's greatest achievement, until Neil Armstrong invented sliced bread. Savor civilization's finest creation with today's Groupon to Gio's Café & New York Deli. Choose between the following options:
- For $10, you get $20 worth of breakfast, lunch, or dinner fare.
- For $15, you get $30 worth of deli-counter fare.
Gio's Café & New York Deli transplants its customers to the magisterial countertops of Manhattan with a gourmand’s selection of traditional NYC deli fare on sprawling menus for every meal. Breakfasters can bask in the warmth of homemade corned-beef hash lovingly topped with poached eggs ($9.99), and the lunch hour ushers in such specialty sandwiches as the Smokin’ T, in which a toasted cream-cheese bagel hugs smoked salmon and whitefish salad tightly like a sanded nose in Geppetto’s woodworking vise ($14.99). Dinner entails entrees such as brisket ($14.99) and a collection of gourmet Angus burgers ($5.99+), each espousing its own creative take on America’s beloved sandwich.
Gio’s deli counter affords customers the required meats, salads, and baked goods needed to construct delectable delicatessen dinners from the familiar comforts of their home kitchen or the disconcerting quasi-familiarity of their parallel-dimension kitchen. Nova lox ($29.99/lb.) revitalizes a pantry’s bagel landscape, and corned beef ($17.99/lb.) transforms ordinary sandwiches into highly trained hunger hunters capable of dismantling pangs with one well-aimed bite.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 11, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for delivery. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About ####Gio’s NY Deli
To diners with a well-traveled palate, the corned beef at Gio’s NY Deli might taste familiar. It, along with the pastrami, kosher dills, and half-sours, travel approximately 1,500 miles from Carnegie Deli in New York to lend authentic flavor to a Manhattan-inspired menu. In her D Magazine review, Nancy Nichols complimented the sandwich makers for layering meats into balanced portions easier to hold than their towering East Coast counterparts. Though the bagels and bialys don’t originate from the Empire State, they are baked daily onsite in the New York tradition, and all-beef hot dogs recall franks forked out by the city’s street vendors. Deli-style ingredients resurface on the breakfast menu, which boasts homemade corned-beef hash and omelets puffed up by salami, pastrami, and compliments from the chef.