Hunger, unlike ambulance sirens, mononucleosis, and restraining orders, is not something you can safely ignore. Answer the mighty call of a bellowing belly with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of American food and drinks at Copper Canyon Grill. This Groupon is only valid for redemption at the Orlando location.
Copper Canyon Grill mesmerizes with a menu of inventive and flavorful American cuisine. Guests can commence consumption with the soup of the day ($7) or millionaire shrimp, the teeny temptations that billionaires often eat when no one’s looking ($13). Ponder the age-old question of what came first—the chicken or the B-52 strategic bomber—while enjoying the house specialty, the wood-fired rotisserie chicken served with red-skin mashed potatoes and market fresh vegetables ($18). Other entrees include St. Louis-style barbecue ribs ($23), the wood-grilled fish (market price), the pulled-pork sandwich ($11), and the rib-eye steak ($27). An extensive wine list is available to provide your forkfuls of foodstuffs the potable partnership they deserve.
- The service was warm and friendly. The menu items offered on the occasion were tasty and well worth the price charged. Overall, a great dining experience. – OpenTable user who posted on 9/14/2010
- Ended up here while a friend was in town, and what a stroke of luck! The place was well laid out and cozy, the service very attentive, the food delicious, and the portions ginormous. – Vanessa P., Yelp
Copper Canyon Grill
The chefs at each Copper Canyon Grill, a mid-Atlantic favorite, craft their regional American dishes from scratch every day. Their kitchens fill with flames and savory aromas as they roast meats and vegetables over hardwood fires, making customers happy, but leaving behind bare earth at local basketball arenas.
The kitchen yields hearty servings of grilled prime rib and filet mignon, ahi tuna and Atlantic salmon, and Delmarva-style crab dip and Eastern Shore jumbo lump crab cakes. It also tempts with a signature rotisserie chicken and jalapeño- and serrano-pepper cornbread baked in an iron skillet.