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What You'll Get
Having become bored with the sea's social scene, the most exclusive salmon hang out in the ponds in desert mirages. Hook sand-free seafood with today's Groupon: for $10, get $20 worth of seafood, ribs, and drinks at Joey's Seafood Restaurant's 8th Street location.
An expansive menu marked by poached, grilled, and blackened seafood options reflects the staff at Joey’s Seafood Restaurant's commitment to healthy, hearty nourishment. Fish 'n' chips (starting at $11.49 for two pieces) fry in trans fat-free canola oil, and a rotisserie-chicken dinner ($11.49+), combines citrus marinade with a blend of herbs and spices. Share a plate of calamari ($8.99) or indulge in a ribs and shrimp platter ($20.99), in which a half-rack of St. Louis ribs share plate space with lightly battered shrimp in a mealtime mélange as diverse as the vending-machine options at the United Nations. Diners sip domestic beers ($4.49) and 6-ounce white or red wines ($4.49+).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 4, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person, may buy 3 additional as gift. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid on all-you-can-eat specials. Valid only for 101-2100 8th Street location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Joey's Seafood Restaurant
In 1985, when Joe and Theresa Klassen opened Joey's Only Seafood Restaurant, they may not have imagined a name change would be necessary. More than 25 years and 59 locations later, the veritable school of Joey's Seafood Restaurants dishes out succulent poached, grilled, and blackened seafood. An affable yellow fish mascot named Finley helms an expansive menu headlined by Joey's signature fish 'n' chips, fried in trans-fat-free canola oil, which shares plate space with St. Louis–style ribs and lightly battered shrimp in a mealtime mélange as diverse as the vending-machine options at the United Nations.