What You'll Get
Comfort food garbs your tongue in luxurious velveteen knickerbockers of flavor, as opposed to discomfort food, which clings to the face like an overly tight ascot. Avoid the embarrassment of culinary crampers with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $21 worth of American fare and ice cream at Sports Center Cafe in Wyoming.
Sports Center Cafe keeps families full with a massive menu of classic American eats, served up in a sports-centric atmosphere flanked by nine TVs. Sports Center Cafe slings out plates piled high with made-to-order burgers, such as the house specialty, Flying Dutchman ($8.99)––a mythical, meaty mouthful of bacon, barbecue sauce, cheddar, and onion ring, sandwiched between two opera-singing grilled cheese sandwiches. Baskets forgo the usual fillings of chocolate bunnies and changelings in favor of beer- battered fish and chips ($8.95), golden chicken tenders ($7.95), and saucy bone-optional wings ($7.95). Hot pastas can be topped with any of the café's homemade sauces, such as Cajun alfredo ($10.95), creamy pesto ($11.95), or meatless marinara ($7.95).
A daily breakfast menu tempts early-risers and jet-lagged possums with buttermilk pancakes ($2.95+), sausage gravy with freshly baked biscuits ($4.95), and a meat lovers skillet loaded with bacon, sausage, ham, and cheese ($7.95). Servers dressed in referee shirts speedily scoop up servings of ice-cream fondue ($8.95), a special concoction of ice-cream balls heaped onto apples, bananas, and pound cake, and served with warm chocolate dipping sauce ($8.95)––perfect for sharing with friends or building an incredibly perishable model plane.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 30, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.