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What You'll Get
Soup is like the grandmother of meals: warm, comforting, and enjoyable with or without teeth. Slurp a savory spoonful with today's Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of fresh soups and healthy café fare at Liquid Lunch. This Groupon is valid at Liquid Lunch's four locations Milford, Shelton and at the brand-new location in Fairfield.
Fred and Michele Bialek, the owners of Liquid Lunch, fill the healthy-lunchtime void with a continuously shifting menu of artisan soups, salads, and sandwiches, earning them a spot on Connecticut Magazine's Best of Connecticut 2010 list and a freshly opened café in Fairfield. Sustenance-seekers can inhale the aromatic steam of 10 or more fresh soups ($3.75–$12), with six time-tested favorites, including split pea with ham or vegetarian lentil, alongside rotating soups du jour, such as curried chicken. Diners can pen PG-13 limericks for the Nantucket salad ($8.49) while savoring its granny-smith-apple slices, goat cheese, and house-made candied almonds atop spinach. Sammiches ($6.75 for whole; $3.99 for half), such as the Biloxi, which wrangles a comforting combination of Southern-style meatloaf, caramelized onions, and a healthy helping of ketchup, are served on a choice of bread, prepared panini-style or on freshly baked loaves.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 26, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid for gift certificates. Not valid for online orders or delivery. Not redeemable for special orders. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Liquid Lunch
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.