What You'll Get
A sandwich, like a wallet, safely contains its precious contents, fits comfortably into a back pocket, and is rarely found by the police once it's been stolen. Protect priceless ingredients with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of American cuisine at John Cutter.
John Cutter’s menu sates patrons until 2:30 a.m. every day with inventive American fare served around a full bar and banks of video-poker machines. Appetites rally with an order of Dynamite rolls, which overflow with sesame-seed-bedecked chicken and colorful cabbage with a dunk tank of sweet chili sauce ($9). Hands worn from high-fiving Captain Hook rest against the softness of grilled flatbreads, such as the classic margarita, which is festooned with house-made tomato sauce and fresh tomatoes and basil ($12). Chefs layer pan-seared chicken with mushrooms and penne pasta to construct a tantalizing trove of chicken marsala ($16) and tenderly broil a 16-ounce new york strip steak to 1,200 degrees ($25). A bevy of drinks top off glasses with imported and domestic brews ($2–$8), red and white wines ($6–$15/glass), and cocktails, including the Chocolate Kiss martini ($9).
Within John Cutter’s rustic stone walls, diners slip behind wooden tables and into cushy, black booths to tame their aggressive appetites. Sports-casting TVs bedeck a fully stocked bar, and video-poker machines provide a more interesting digital challenge to card players than playing solitaire on a holodeck.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About John Cutter
John Cutter wines and dines its visitors with a delectable spread of martinis, wines, and beers, as well as a blend of Mexican, steakhouse, and breakfast food. Diners dig into pancakes, french toast, and denver omelets for breakfast or lunch, or feast on dinner courses of wet burritos, bone-in rib eyes, 10-ounce burgers, and salmon. When they're not devouring hearty plates of pub food and sipping libations, guests at John Cutter pass the time by playing video slot machines that unleash prizes of cold hard cash and slight nods from old-timers in the corner.