More and more Americans are turning to healthy fare now that we have mined the earth’s final reservoir of chili dogs. Tap a new resource with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $8 for $16 worth of fresh café fare for two, valid for dine-in or take-out
- $16 for $32 worth of fresh café fare for four or more people, valid for dine-in only <p>
Up to 11 gourmet soups anchor the menu daily with rotating flavors and staples such as chicken noodle, french onion, and beef barley, available in four different sizes ($3.75+). Other dining options include the strawberry salad with gorgonzola cheese and walnuts ($8.49), as well as the Martha’s Vineyard Sammich with grilled chicken, cranberry sauce, barbecue sauce, pepper jack cheese, and caramelized onions ($3.99+).
Having already earned back-to-back spots on Connecticut Magazine's Best of Connecticut in 2009 and 2010, Liquid Lunch keeps bellies full and spoons out of the unemployment line with a slurp-worthy twist on midday meals. Culinary Institute of America graduate and owner Fred Bialek and his wife, Michele, were inspired to open the first Liquid Lunch in 2004, when they'd grown tired of lunchtime standards such as pizza, burgers, and lightly salted printouts of old PowerPoint presentations.
Today, at Liquid Lunch's still-growing roster of locations, a rotating lineup of gourmet soups cascades across the menu alongside six staple soups, including vegetarian lentil and split pea with ham. For an extra crunch, diners can plunge fork-first into salads, or explore healthy Sammiches, which escort taste buds around the globe with names influenced by their ingredients and spear-pickles engraved with necessary passport information.