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Reviewed February 15, 2015
Reviewed February 15, 2015
Reviewed February 12, 2015
What You'll Get
Today’s Groupon eliminates the agony from the never-ending “what’s for dinner” question. For $79, you’ll enjoy eight meals for 2–3 people, or four meals for 4–6 people from meal assembly center Let's Dish! You don't have to worry about going to the grocery store, preparation, or clean up—just pick out what you want online, then go to a Let's Dish! location to put it all together—four family-sized entrées, one dessert, one side, and an order of scones (a $136 value).
Let’s Dish! has stocked the freezers of more than 90,000 local families. Let owners Alexa Corcoran, Lisa Hardiman, and Elizabeth Marcotte take you away from culinary uncertainty to a fluffy cloud of meringue on an Airbus A380 made out of Worcestershire. With its revolutionary concept, Let's Dish! now has locations all over the country and the secret U.S. Moonbase, including five convenient centers in the Baltimore area: Timonium, Maryland; Columbia, Maryland; Alexandria, Virginia; Fairfax, Virginia; and Ashburn, Virginia.
Here’s how it works: You create an account and select meals from the online menu. After clearing room in your freezer, schedule your in-store session online and then stop into Let's Dish! to prepare your entrees just the way you like them. Watch a video here.
Let’s Dish!’s super-fresh ingredients are already diced, sliced, and ready to go—it’s fast food, but not the grease-stained bag, touched by a clown variety. November dishes include chicken parmigiana, lemon and dill salmon, and pork tenderloins with stuffing. For dessert, try the decadent molten chocolate cake.
Make memories along with your meal by bringing the kids to one of Let’s Dish!’s family-friendly sessions. The family-sized portions can be split in-store to make eight meals for two or three people, which is ideal for roommates, couples, singles looking to spice up their typical dinner routines, or pog-collecting teams looking to eat healthier. You can also double-up on a family-sized dish, impressing your guests with a fancy entree at your next dinner party.
Note: You'll need to wait a full business day before using your Groupon on Let's Dish!'s website.
- The days before I found Let's Dish, my dinners consisted of canned soup, ramen, sun chips, microwaved potatoes, and the sad list goes on. Now, I can have shrimp with orzo and feta, citrus infused tilapia, and a ton of other healthy varieties, all so effortlessly. – Annie and Chad L.
Rejected Developmental Dishes
In order to stay on the cutting edge of gourmet trends, Let’s Dish! considers any and all new exciting culinary possibilities. Many experiments, however, don’t make the cut. Here are some entrees recently rejected from its laboratory kitchen:
- Orange Soda Chicken
- Uncle David’s Divorce-Chili-for-One
- Gym-Bag-Poached Halibut
- Baked Potato Chock-Full-of-Rubies
- Bagel cats
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 31, 2010. Amount paid never expires. New customers only. 1 per person. Valid at MD and VA locations starting 11/3/09. Not valid for "Sweet Street" desserts. Includes sides at $6 retail value only. Must pick up sides, scones, and desserts on day of in-store session. Tax not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Let's Dish!
At Let's Dish!, families select healthy, hearty meals to eat at home without having to dedicate valuable time to planning, shopping, or preparation. After placing an order online, patrons stop by the shop at a scheduled time to assemble dishes that are made from fresh ingredients, customized to taste, and then, like Sleeping Beauty, frozen to prevent them from aging. Meal menus rotate monthly and include homestyle selections, such as pork tenderloin, New Orleans–style andouille pasta toss and santorini chicken kabobs with summer orzo salad. The preassembled Dish-n-Dash entrees allow for speedy pickup service, freeing families to spend more quality bonding time sorting the mail by size and color.