What You'll Get
Before fishermen discovered the edibility of fish, they used each catch as bait for larger species, hoping in the end to hook the biggest fish of all—friendship. Celebrate their social ineptitude with today’s Groupon to Randy’s Paradise Shrimp in Bonita Springs. Choose between the following options:
Randy’s Paradise Shrimp indulges fish fans with a superabundant selection of palatable pescatarian bites caught fresh daily. Breakfast indulges seafood addicts by offering up a taste of Randy’s fresh smoked fish atop an onion-laden bagel ($5.99), serving it up alongside early-morning classics such as fluffy grilled pancakes with maple syrup ($3.99), and a three egg omelet stuffed with mushrooms and cheddar cheese ($6.49). During lunch and dinner hours, patrons can select a fresh catch from a rotating roster of straight-from-the-sea meats such as Chilean sea bass, Florida stone crabs, yellowtail snapper, and wild Alaskan haggis, handing it over to Randy’s chefs, who will fillet and cook it to their specifications. Incisors craving raw oceanic delicacies can dive into a pound of warm or cold peel-and-eat shrimp ($17.95), crack open a dozen clams ($9.95), or munch a mound of oysters on the half shell (market price). Adventurous appetites can wrestle with a plate of breaded and fried gator bites ($7.95) before drowning each nugget in a swamp of barbecue sauce, and fried plantains ($5.95) are fried and dressed with a tropical fruit garnish to keep them hidden from the claws of hungry sea monkeys.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 9, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Valid for dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Randy’s Paradise Shrimp Seafood & Gourmet Market
To reach Randy's Paradise Shrimp cafe, seafood has to make an epic journey. Randy's flies in its lobsters from Maine, gets pink shrimp straight from the Gulf, and grabs other seafood—from grouper to tripletail—not long after it arrives on the docks, delivered by fishermen and business-savvy pelicans. From there, the chefs work delicious wonders with the fresh ingredients, cooking up fish tacos and filling baskets with deep-fried grouper fingers. The cafe also sells fresh seafood and gourmet grocery items to take home, including al dente pasta and seafood dips.