What You'll Get
Eating at restaurants delays the need to go grocery shopping or clear your stolen snowman heads out of the freezer. Keep your secrets on ice with this Groupon.
$20 for $40 Worth of Fine American Cuisine at One of Three Restaurants
- Bourbon-based sauce lends a piquant tang to the Jack Daniels sirloin ($23), and honey and walnuts encrust tender chicken accompanied with raspberry sauce ($19). See the full menu.<p>
Club Maxine’s * Chefs man an expansive omelet station, expertly folding savory ingredients into custom breakfasts, and muffins, waffles, and fresh fruit proffer lighter fare. This deal is valid for Sunday brunch only ($19.95 for adults; $9.95 for children aged 6–12; $6.95 for children aged 2–5).<p>
Luciano’s Restaurant Union Station * Gangster-inspired sandwiches include the Bonnie and Clyde, with a grilled salmon patty and sweet herb mayo, and the Bugsy Burger, made of Angus beef and topped with canadian bacon. See the full menu.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 1, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Not valid for alcohol. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid for Specials. Valid only for brunch at Club Maxine's. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Maxwell-Silverman's Toolhouse and Luciano's Restaurant Union Station
Originally built in 1879, the building at 25 Union Street stood for nearly a century as an industrial bastion in downtown Worcester. When the last manufactures moved out in the 1970s, Robert "Gus" Giordano had an idea: convert the ruggedly beautiful interior into an upscale restaurant, preserving the historical building and ensuring that he would not be eating in there by himself everyday. Inhabiting the former screw-machine department, Maxwell-Silverman's Toolhouse ensconces diners in industrial elegance, with a ceiling crisscrossed with heating pipes, a floor dotted with oblong railroad ties, and cozy illumination courtesy of more than 40 vintage pool-hall lights.
Nestled in Union Station, Luciano's Restaurant transports diners back to the 1920s and '30s with walls covered in vintage photos and framed newsprints detailing the escapes of legendary gangsters. The refined indoor dining room features plush white seating and lush, flowery carpeting, while outdoor tables allow patrons to enjoy the sun or taunt slugs with salt shakers. Free parking is available at both locations.