Few things are as satisfying as a good meal or the thrum of a crossbow as it sends a bolt into a ham. Hit the spot with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $5 for a Twinewich meal for one (a $10.50 value)
- $10 for a Twinewich meal for two (a $21 value)
- $20 for a Twinewich meal for four (a $42 value)
- $10 for $20 worth of sandwiches, wraps, and café eats
Each Twinewich meal includes a sandwich with a choice of spread and bread alongside chips and a 12-ounce iced tea or soda. An exclusive dessert will also be available for Groupon holders. Sandwich options include chicken, salmon, and un-pimiento cheese, and bread and toast choices include country white, jalapeño corn, and oat wheat. Guests may dine in, carry out, or enjoy as a brown bag lunch on Twine's new outdoor patio.
The rest of the menu features items such as The Mango Gauc Tower topped with Louisiana crawfish ($12) and the Sgt. Pepper grilled cheese: pepper jack, cheddar, and bell and jalapeno peppers–all pressed within jalapeno corn bread ($8.50). Share flatbread pizzas ($11) or dine solo with servings of creole gumbo ($5–$10). See the full menus on Twine's website.
Every night, the bartenders at Twine Restaurant create new cocktails inspired by their favorite books in the restaurant's library, such as the Skinny Russian, which honors The Brothers Karamazov. The playfully elegant drinks hint at the similar philosophy behind Twine's food menu, which begins with breakfasts of french macarons, housemade bagels, and gourmet coffee and tea. Lunch options include a smoked pulled-pork sandwich served on blueberry texas toast with slaw, as well as a handful of crisp salads and wraps. The Sunday-brunch menu helps diners celebrate the weekend with thick slices of french toast and quiche. For dinner, tablemates can pass around small plates of charcuterie and mussels.
In addition to Twine's signature cocktails, a well-rounded wine and beer menu helps to enhance the comforting flavors of each meal. Live music gives customers a reason to test out new tap shoes, with themed evenings including What the Funk? and Tuesday Blues Day.