Southern Cuisine for Two During Happy Hour at Anytime or Brunch at The Lost Pelican (50% Off)

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  • $15 for $30 worth of Southern cuisine for two during happy hour at anytime
  • $12 for $24 worth of Southern cuisine for two during Sunday brunch
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Groupon customers can order from the happy hour menu at any time.


The Groupon Bite of Seattle Collection

Food Lifeline This deal is part of Groupon’s Bite of Seattle collection. The collection celebrates the Groupon Bite of Seattle, taking place July 18-20, where visitors have the chance not only to peruse more than 80 local restaurants and food producers, but also to help fight food insecurity by supporting Food Lifeline. Through its network of food assistance programs, Food Lifeline distributes 82,000 meals a day to residents of Western Washington facing hunger. To learn more about Food Lifeline and how you can help, check out our Groupon Grassroots campaign here.


The Fine Print


Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. 21 and over establishment. Brunch is only served on Sundays. Happy Hour Voucher can be used at any time. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About The Lost Pelican


You can't get much further from the American South than Seattle, but don't tell that to Mike Forte. The owner of Belltown's The Lost Pelican has succeeded in creating a gastropub with a distinctly Southern vibe. The veggie jambalaya, shrimp remoulade, and crawfish-stuffed pork tenderloins are 100-percent Louisiana, as are decorative elements such as a model streetcar and several paintings of pelicans, the state's official bird.

Most of The Lost Pelican's shrimp, oysters, and crabs come directly from Louisiana's Gulf Coast, where they were caught the traditional way—in nets of tangled Mardi Gras beads. It's no wonder that chef Mark Amatangelo knows exactly what to do with his catch, seeing as how he worked on a cruise ship before joining The Lost Pelican. Amatangelo does NoLa proud by cooking up some of that city's most famous dishes, including shrimp-and-cheese grits and a zesty crawfish penne.

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