When left unfulfilled, hungry stomachs are bound to make mischief by either growling or rumbling during a pivotal pick-up-sticks pickup. Dodge a path of delicious destruction with today's Groupon to Springfield Inn in Springfield. Choose between the following options:
• For $5, you get $10 worth of continental fare for breakfast.
• For $15, you get $30 worth of continental fare for lunch or dinner.
Springfield Inn's chefs heap portions atop plates for each of the day's culinary interludes, featuring a menu of comforting new- and old-world classics. Dinner unites entrees from the earth, sea, and air with selections such as the New Orleans–style chicken breast under a light drizzle of stone-ground honey-mustard sauce ($14.95) and platefuls of shrimp parmigiana bouncing in a homemade marinara sauce ($14.95). Lunch tides over appetites by slathering taste buds with four pieces of honey-dipped fried chicken ($8.50) as well as a bevy of hot sandwiches ($6.50+). Breakfast greets the day with the enthusiasm of a rooster on Christmas morning, whisking three eggs together with onions, green peppers, pepperoni, and mozzarella to concoct the italian omelet ($6.75).
Springfield Inn's eclectic selections complement its convivial atmosphere. The eatery hosts musical entertainment on select nights, with the auditory stylings of live bands on Friday night and the tempestuous sound waves of DJ Frank Lewis on Saturday.
From the outside, Springfield Inn is an anachronism. Its colonial-inspired structure—flaunting three tiered stories crowned with a swirling filigree—stands against its contemporary storefront neighbors as a symbol of an opulent past decade. Though its interior space regularly bustles with modern, DJ-fueled merrymaking, a menu of classic gourmet dishes still exudes the restaurant's timeless tenor. In the morning, chefs sizzle up a breakfast spread of waffles, omelets, and golden hot cakes to rouse incisors from their slumber, and evening selections range from honey-dipped fried chicken to filet mignon slathered in peppercorn demi-glace. Later hours bring strobe-light-splashed entertainment on select nights, rumbling the historic rafters with everything from live bands and DJs to rousing games of Red Rover.
“Great service and great food”
“Server was great”
“I asked for my fries well done and they were pefect. Something other places can't seem to get right. ”
417 Baltimore Pike
Springfield, Pennsylvania 19064