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Reviewed November 15, 2014
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What You'll Get
Though meals tend to bring friends together, meals peppered with magnets can push them apart. Enjoy an attractive repast with today’s Groupon.
$23 for a comfort-fare meal for two (up to a $46.97 total value), which includes:
- One appetizer, such as spinach-and-artichoke bruschetta or flatbread pizza (up to a $10.99 value)
- Two entrees, such as bourbon-marinated flatiron steak or baked mac ‘n’ cheese (up to a $17.99 value each)
- See the full lunch and dinner menus<p>
$43 for a comfort-fare meal for four (up to a $93.94 total value), which includes: * Two appetizers, such as artichoke fritters or pecan-crusted brie (up to a $10.99 value each) * Four entrees, such as chicken pot pie or fork-tender pot roast (up to a $17.99 value each) * See the full lunch and dinner menus<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 1, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Not valid for full rack of ribs, filet mignon, stuffed pork. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Old Feed Mill
Within the rustic limestone walls of a 19th-century former millhouse, chefs at The Old Feed Mill dish up classic comfort fare inspired by Midwestern home cooking. During the 19th and early 20th centuries, the building's water-powered mill and solar-powered horse carriages fueled a successful commercial flouring business. However, with an uptick in highways and cars, the mill's beneficial connection to the once-prosperous railroad system diminished and the building was eventually abandoned. Current owners Dan and Nancy Viste began refurbishing the building in 1992, and today The Old Feed Mill is a member of the Vistes' quartet of related businesses. The Millstone Mercantile, The Old Feed Mill's onsite gift shop, flaunts an eclectic cache of items, including locally made artwork, handmade quilts, and the first beard that Abraham Lincoln ever stroked.