Sharing a meal with loved ones is a way to connect, create memories, and discover which family member has been a robot all along. Refuel your clan with today's Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of casual fare at The Elephant Shack in Woodland.
Within a vibrant orange-and-green storefront painted with pachyderms, The Elephant Shack's comfort-fare creators commit themselves to slinging breakfast favorites all the livelong day in addition to made-to-order sandwiches during lunch hours. A breakfast burrito or sandwich snuggles two eggs, bacon, and sausage under a blanket of cheese ($6.29), and flaky biscuits ($3.99 for a full order) soak up enough gravy to make the most pessimistic pilgrim thankful. Vegetable appreciators can rejoice in the vegetarian sandwich stacked with mounds of fresh produce and sassy pepperoncini peppers ($5.49), or diners can forego foliage in favor of a cheese- and onion-smothered chili dog ($5.99). Specials, including a french dip with roast beef and au jus ($7.49), fight for hunger-sating dominance against customizable sandwiches, which can be built on a choice of artisanal breads or concrete foundations.
The Elephant Shack
It’s hard to miss the The Elephant Shack’s bright orange and green exterior painted with pachyderms. The mammoth beasts also decorate the interior of the eye-catching sandwich shop, raising their trunks in virtually every form imaginable: as statuettes, stuffed animals, coin banks, and a much prized hat signifying the winner of their monthly free-lunch contest. The victor might dig into a classic sandwich, such as a french dip or turkey and bacon club, or opt for clam chowder served in a bread bowl. The kitchen also serves breakfast all day long, sating bacon-and-egg fanatics and guests who never remember to change their clocks.