What You'll Get
Excessive hunger can force bodies to accidentally make unsavory growly noises or humiliating public declarations of love for the judge presiding over your trial. Today's Groupon helps you prevent this tragedy before it occurs. For $5, you get $10 worth of sandwiches, beer, and burgers at The Blind Moose in Maineville. The eatery's hot, food-stuffed burgers and ultra-frigid brews promise to ferry you back to happy memories of raucous spring breaks spent on the Siberian tundra.
The Blind Moose's menu boasts handcrafted fare consisting of only fresh ingredients. The burgers at The Blind Moose come stuffed with their own decadent toppings; the Texas Cheddar Bacon and Barbecue and the Stuffed Blackened Bleu and Cajun (both $8) are popular pregnant meat patties, while the vegetarian-friendly black-bean burger ($8.50) fills its tauntaun's herbivorous belly with a Han Solo of legumey goodness. You can also dip into the wonton-wrapped, deep-fried provolone stix ($6) or pillage a generous pile of french-fried potatoes tucked cozily beneath a steaming blanket of chili and cheese ($5). House-made soups and salads will satisfy the health nut or marmot in your group, while an ample selection of basket-nestled bar favorites such as the buffalo chicken wrap ($7) and the Pier 7 fish sandwich ($7) offer a savory counterbalance.
Cool any lingering flames of hunger with a frozen Mile High Moose Pie ($5) or one of the Blind Moose's frosty libations. The draft beer ($3 and up) is kept at an icy-cold 32.5 degrees and served in frosted mason jars to ensure maximum chilly-willity, while Blind Moose's menu of top-secret specialty drinks stars the Cosmoose ($5.25), a cosmo-esque cranberry concoction that emits an icy fog. A stuffed moose head presides over the casual, lodge-like dining room, which is lined with pale wooden booths and bold blue walls accessorized with upside-down beer pails and other kitschy, north-country relics. With slowly melting glaciers of beer and a welcoming atmosphere, The Blind Moose is a great place to bring friends, family, and visually impaired antlered quadripeds for a raucous evening out.
Both CityBeat and Metromix have written about The Blind Moose's lodge-like ambience and generous helpings of hearty bar food. Seventy-six percent of Urbanspooners recommend the restaurant, while seven Insider Pagers give it four stars.
- If I lived in the area I’d stop by often to try something new… – Brian Cross, City Beat
- If you're looking for a burger that's packed full then head to the Blind Moose where they have signature stuffed burgers, with meat and cheeses inside the burger. Don't forget to wash down that melty, meaty morsel with an ice cold beer. – Josh Shreve, Metromix
- I was pleasantly surprised! The place is so warmly decorated with a cabin/lodge feel. The service was excellent. I ordered the Brisket Sandwich and it was to die for. – Lorie S., Insider Pages
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 31, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. May purchase 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Not valid with other offers. Gratuity not included. No cash value. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.