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What You'll Get
The most common way to experience the Deep South is to find a street magician and hope he pulls a shiny Louisiana-state quarter from your ear. Today’s Groupon presents another option when there are no illusionists handy: for $22, you get a Southern-style comfort-fare dinner for two at May’s Counter (up to a $45 value). The dinner includes the following:
- One starter or salad (up to a $13 value)
- Two entrees (up to a $16 value each)<p>
May’s Counter, situated near the University of Arizona campus and called a “go-to eatery and hip hangout for college athletes” by the Arizona Daily Star, satiates students, friends, and families with a menu of Southern-style comfort fare. Ignite appetites or build an unwieldy skyscraper with a waffle-crouton-laden crispy-chicken-club salad, drizzled with chipotle ranch, or split an order of Tot-chos, tater tots covered with cheese, jalapeños, and chicken. Diners can savor the eatery’s signature chicken and waffles, which includes four wings, two waffles primed for coating in syrup, and a selection of hot sauces. The Wildcat burger’s grilled onions and sriracha ketchup help demonstrate school spirit, and the chicken-fried steak, drenched in country gravy, sates stomachs with its classic, down-home taste. Blues music courses through the restaurant’s speakers, providing a soundtrack to sports on flat-screen TVs or to dramatic encounters with napkins.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 2, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Must purchase 1 food item. Dine-in only. Must choose from menu. Not valid for Southern Breakfast. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About May’s Counter
Head chef Aaron May, a Culinary Hall of Fame inductee, presides over the kitchen of May’s Counter as the diner-style eatery turns out made-from-scratch southern cuisine. With bluegrass music thrumming in the background, diners delve into the kitchen’s trademark fried-chicken-topped waffles, or nosh on corn dogs surrounded in waffle batter. Red stools line the counter at the full-service bar, manned by bartenders equally willing to mix sophisticated cocktails or slide a cold PBR into a brown bag. As they feast, diners nestled in cozy booths can watch sports competitions unfold on flat-screen TVs, rather than watching their water glasses compete for the title of most transparent.