In his famous classical conditioning experiment, Ivan Pavlov proved that it’s physically impossible for a Russian scientist's mouth not to water when it says the words “crab cakes.” Moisten your own lobster trap with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of fresh and local seafood at Leverock's Seafood House in South Pasadena. This Groupon can be used with Leverock's new “After Seven” menu.
With 50 years of oyster-shucking experience under their rubber-apron belts, Leverock's Seafood House serves fresh and local seafood, steaks, salads, and freshly made desserts in a casual atmosphere with four different menus. Try one of the many signature dishes such as onion-crusted salmon ($9.25–$14.79, depending on mealtime) or Bertha Leverock's clam chowder ($4.99/bowl). Daily specials for lunch and dinner guarantee excitement and adventure twice a day, much like commuting to work by jet pack. Lighter appetites, meanwhile, can indulge in the new After Seven menu filled with two-for-one cocktail deals and plates to share such as Thai chili calamari ($6.99). Maryland-style crab cakes served with garlicky mashed potatoes ($17.95) will keep mouths mesmerized while the eyes take in the various football games and Estonian folkdance-offs being broadcast on six HD TVs.
Chef Danny Cappiello has spiced up Leverock's long-time formula with contemporary cooking trends and fresh, local ingredients. Leverock's emphasis on freshness prevents the bland, stale flavor that often comes from eating foods that have been frozen for long periods of time, be they animal, vegetable, or caveman. Treat friends and family to the freshest, tastiest seafood since the time they bit Cthulhu with today's Groupon to Leverock's Seafood House.
- Paninis and wraps round out the After Seven menu, which aims to appeal to lighter appetites and the impromptu "let's go grab a bite" thought. I applaud Lewis and Stross' strategy. It's not reinventing the wheel, but more making sure you have a spare tire for what will hopefully be a long ride. – Laura Reiley, St. Petersburg Times