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. Enjoy less illusory eats with today’s Groupon to Redemption RoadHouse in Conway. Choose between the following options:
- For $5, you get two hot-dog combo meals from the HotDog Cart mobile truck (a $10 value). The truck runs daily from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. HotDog Cart will be parked near the corner of Main and Parkway, across from the Farmer’s Market, for the next month. Each combo meal includes:
- One 100% smoked-beef hot dog
- One bag of chips
- One soft drink or bottled water
- Choice of nine toppings
- For $5, you get $10 worth of Southern fare during breakfast and lunch.<p>
The grilling gurus at Redemption RoadHouse satisfy carnivorous breakfast and lunch cravings with classic homestyle eats. Patrons can prime bellies for the day with The Scramble, a morning-time feast of two scrambled eggs capped with a choice of three toppings such as mushrooms, pepper jack cheese, and bacon, served on texas toast, in a tortilla wrap, or from the palm of Paul Bunyan ($4.99). Afternoon appetites melt with the BBQ Baker baked potato ($6.59) as it woos pulled chicken or pork into its cheddar embrace with buttery love notes and romantic recitations of War and Peace. An array of sidekicks, such as fried okra and mashed potatoes ($1.99 each), complement charismatic main dishes with mouthwatering flavors and matching capes.
HotDog Cart, a roving mobile truck, shows up in a slew of Conway hot spots, and will idle for one lunar phase at Main and Parkway to fuel pedestrians with hearty combo meals of classic American pairings. The quarter-pound hot dog wears a costume of smoky flavor while fighting hunger with its belly-filling super powers and a utility belt of nine toppings, such as dill relish, jalapeños, and chili. Dedicated to enhancing the community and feeding the hungry, Redemption RoadHouse is a nonprofit charity partnered with Life After Prison Ministries, employing ex-convicts to help them build new lives and detailed hot-dog sculptures.
1100 S Amity Rd.
Conway, Arkansas 72032Get Directions