What You'll Get
Southern cuisine varies greatly by region, from the Cajun and creole dishes of Louisiana to the bags of granulated sugar served at Disney World. Sample the South with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for $30 worth of casual Southern cuisine for two people. Groupon holders must order at least two main plates with this option.
- $30 for $60 worth of casual Southern cuisine for four or more people. Groupon holders must order at least four main plates with this option.
The menu’s main plates include fried chicken and sweet-potato waffles with buttermilk-caramel syrup and whipped goat cheese ($16); hickory-smoked filet mignon with bacon-basil vinaigrette and chipotle potatoes ($26); and roasted pulled pork and pasta tossed with potlicker cream and shredded cheddar ($16).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 20, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Must purchase 2 entrees for two-person option and 4 entrees for four-person option. Not valid for alcohol. Not valid on Valentine's Day. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Mint New Casual Cuisine
Mint New Casual Cuisine's Executive Chef Travis Milton’s interpretation of Southern-style cuisine focuses the culinary spotlight on an array of fresh ingredients provided by local farms and purveyors, including Wade's Mill and Everona Dairy. With those ingredients in tow, he puts his own modern spin on classic dishes, fixing up fried green tomatoes with a creamy Peppadew pepper aioli, rotating seafood and vegetarian specials, and creating Mint’s signature fried chicken and sweet-potato waffles. During weekend brunch, Milton folds creamy goat cheese from Sullivan's Pond Farm into veggie-filled omelets.
The bold flavors of Southern spirits not only warm bellies in Mint’s variety of cocktails but also permeate the menu’s grilled pork chop, which spends time soaking in bourbon and sweet tea––much like William Faulkner's pet goldfish. While filling up on Southern hospitality, diners can lend their ears to bluegrass music strummed and picked by local guitar, fiddle, and banjo players, or scan their eyes over the homey dining room’s wood-paneled floors and flat-screen TV hanging over the bar.