Before bread, sandwiches were haphazardly supported by two hands high-fiving. Give your mitts a rest with today's Groupon to Moogy's Restaurant in Brighton. Choose between two options:
- For $13, you get two medium sandwiches, hoagies, or burgers; one side; and two small beverages (up to a $26.70 value).
- For $22, you get four medium sandwiches, hoagies, or burgers; two sides; and four small beverages (up to a $53.40 value).
The stackable entree aficionados at Moogy's Restaurant whip up savory sandwiches, hoagies, and burgers to satisfy portable munchy cravings in a laid-back café environment. Diners can choose to come in with a date and pick one generous side dish, two sandwiches, and romantically slurp down two beverages through two straws, or tote along three hungry friends and double their order. An order of crispy chive fries (a $3.10 value for small; a $5.10 value for large) served alongside dunk-worthy ranch dressing presents a refreshingly herby alternative to their limp fast-food kin, and a plateful of boneless buffalo chicken fingers (a $7.50 value), served with blue cheese, primes digestive engines for the carnivorous sandwich consumption to come. Deli lovers indulge in the Northend, an Old World mix of salami, mortadella, ham, spiced ham, sweet italian peppers, and cheeses piled like an unusually stable meat-based Jenga tower between two luscious slices (an $8.25 value for a medium) while enjoying a friendly board game from the restaurant's stack of favorites. Diners' eyes ogle the pizzeria-inspired Oggie Dew, a frisky pairing of peppers and mushrooms swimming in red sauce and smothered in mozzarella (a $7.65 value for a medium), while they absorb the recently renovated sandwich emporium's atmosphere, laid-back enough to send well-bred society ladies into a fit of silk-fan-fluttering outrage.
Moogy's Sandwich Shop
Moogy's Sandwich Shop was born from its owners' love of their hometown Philadelphia and the sandwiches made there. Today, more than 15 years later, that once-small eatery has expanded to twice its original size with specialty sandwiches forming the core of its menu. Many feature playful names as well as unorthodox combinations of ingredients: the Moogalopagus comes piled with salami, bologna, and spiced ham, while the Mother and Daughter Reunion is filled with fried chicken and egg. Burgers, such as the Reuben with sauerkraut and Russian dressing, or the Mushaki with mushrooms and teriyaki sauce, also push the limits of culinary convention. To complement these mains, Moogey's tops crispy fries with toppings that range from Old Bay seasoning to beef chili.
Inside their quirky space, guests can socialize with a sandwich and beer sitting at a 50-foot bar or around a cozy fireplace. The space is also equipped with board games that give patrons a way to unwind before a meal or gather vital insider knowledge to prepare for their upcoming vacation to Candyland.