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What You'll Get
Hunger, like the migrating red crab, sometimes appears rudely unannounced and deep inside your stomach. Today's Groupon answers its unexpected house- or work-call: for $10, you get $20 worth of homemade eats at Short Stop Food to Go. Your Groupon is redeemable at either the Snider Plaza or Preston Forest Village location.
Short Stop Food to Go features a simplified selection of grabbable salads, sandwiches, and daily-made fresh casseroles. Break from a midday dominoes duel for a balsamic salad ($8) with grilled chicken, mozzarella, and tomatoes drizzled with balsamic dressing and nestled on a bed of crisp greens, or boost a beta-carotene-deprived body with a broccoli salad ($7) served with tuna or chicken salad. Customizable sandwich selections allow you to orchestrate a laudable lunch by pairing the filling with the bread of your choice and are offered in half portions ($5) or whole ($7), with the accompaniment of chips or carrots. Nab a scoop of the spicy Mexican tuna salad, loaded with cilantro, onions, and dried red-chili pepper and placed on a soft and fluffy croissant, or pile thin-sliced roast beef onto 12-grain bread for a simple sandwich qualified to satisfy even the most passionate fiber fan.
Short Stop's grab-and-go (or call-to-pre-order) homemade casseroles come in five sizes, ranging from individual portions ($5) to the 10-serving grande ($40), which is large enough to feed an entire squad of amateur arm wrestlers. Specialty sides such as the artichoke-bacon dip (starting at $5) or the twice-baked potatoes ($6) wonderfully fill the main meal's sidecar, and sweet treats such as the cheesecake brownies ($1.25) or lemon squares ($1.25) top off the feast like a convex meniscus.
Short Stop Food to Go has been carefully crafting home-inspired comestibles since 1995, when they captured and domesticated their first wild mom. Rely upon their years of experience and order a casserole ahead of time to suck the stress out of mealtime planning. It will free up some time to plan more important things, like setting the table. For a more impromptu bite, stop in and grab a sandwich to refuel after work or before a lengthy trip to the Dakotas.
- This has to be my favorite little shop! The chicken salad is the best. I love that you can have a good healthy lunch and then buy a healthy casserole for dinner. You just pop it in the microwave for a few minutes and you have yourself a great home cooked meal. – Eddie, Urbanspoon
- I've been going here for 2-3 years now and it's always consistent. The broccoli raisin salad with peanuts is unique and tasty. The portion is usually enough that I can have half for lunch and the other half for dinner...although sometimes I get greedy :). – Brooke G., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 18, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per order. Must be used in 1 visit. Not valid toward alcohol. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Short Stop Food To Go
The staff at Short Stop Food To Go make meals effortless. Behind the deli counter, the helpful folks build sandwiches and fill to-go cartons with prepared foods. Chefs also cook up an array of foods to take away. Stop in for lunch to grab a hot italian sandwich lined with salami, pepperoni, and housemade tapenade, or cruise the deli cases after work for a casserole to pop into the oven at the home of a hungry, unsuspecting stranger.