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Reviewed March 21, 2012
What You'll Get
Playing Twister, doing the twist, and fleeing a twister all have one thing in common: they can be done while eating a pretzel. Enjoy one of nature's most versatile snacks with today's Groupon to Kim & Scott's Café Twist.
Kim & Scott's Café Twist twists all-natural pretzels by hand and incorporates the yeasty feasts into a variety of sandwiches and salads. The pretzels can be found in grocery stores all over the US, but the Lincoln Park bakery and café is the only place to get them served straight out of the oven by authentic pretzel elves. The savory and sweet stuffed pretzels ($3.25) can be served with a variety of gourmet dips ($0.55) or twisted, painted, and decorated according to your own imagination. Trap turkey, muenster cheese, and brown-mustard mayo between asiago pretzels ($5.95) or squeeze cucumber, sprouts, avocado, tomato, and hummus in herb-and-cream-cheese-stuffed pretzels ($5.95). Click here for the full menu.
- How does a vanilla cheesecake stuffed pretzel sound? Why should "flights" be limited to wine? They have a Twisted Flight of Pretzels that includes a variety of pretzels, pretzel knots & dips. – Patricia Biesen, Chicago Now
- I love anything on pretzel bread, so this place is heaven. I went for the first time today and got a turkey sandwich with bacon. Heaven! I will be back! – Kelly K., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 16, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per order. Must use in 1 visit. No cash back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Kim & Scott's Cafe Twist
A sign decorated with two pretzel-wrapped cartoon people cheerfully waving to passersby tops the red awnings of Kim & Scott's Café Twist. The allergy-aware culinarians at the eatery's nut-free bakery dish out all-natural café fare that includes dairy-free and egg-free options, giving farmers a day off so they can catch up on their crossword puzzles.