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Monday, April 12, 2010

Today’s Groupon Deal $10 for $20 Worth of Wings, Happy Hour, and More at Mill Street Grille 04/12/2010

Details: Expires 10/13/2010 Limit 1 per person, may purchase 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Not valid with other coupons. Tax and gratuity not included.

Additional Details: With the winter weather returning to its holding chamber on the Neptune moon of Triton for the next several months, humankind can once again venture outside without fear of catching "The Freeze." Celebrate the new season with a neighborhood favorite. For $10, you get $20 worth of wings, drinks, and more at Mill Street Grille in Pontiac. This Groupon is valid for use during Mill Street Grille's happy-hour drink specials from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and all day and night on Sunday. In addition to happy hours and karaoke, customers can nosh to the beat of eclectic musical acts throughout the week.

While Mill Street Grille's wings ($7.99 for eight wings) have earned the restaurant ticker-tape parades from CityVoters and Nobel Prizes in physics, the rest of the menu proves to be no slouch in culinary capability. Split an appetizer of deep-fried pickle chips ($4.49) or conquer the mountainous nachos for two ($9.49) like an edibles-minded Edmund Hillary. Entrees include grilled salmon ($12.99), the Mill Street rack of ribs ($16.99), and a rib-eye steak dinner ($14.99), all of which come with a choice of fries, coleslaw, or house salad. Mill Street Grille's selection of sandwiches and wraps covers all-American favorites such as the catfish po' boy ($6.99), the Philly steak ($7.99), and the club wrap ($6.99), while its brigade of burgers ranges in size from four sliders ($5.99) to Mill Street's Big Daddy ($9.99), a pound of meat topped with cheese, lettuce, tomato, Mill Street Grille's special sauce, and the well-wishes of concerned onlookers.
Enjoy beer or wine from the Mill Street Grille's extensive bar while also drinking in the history of the building. Built in 1927 as the Waldron Hotel, the building has housed a radio station, the district court's holding cells, and even Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for a meeting in 1958. The ambience of the site remains today, with ruby-red walls and cherry wood hugging diners as they gently coo within their cocoons of good food and $2 beer specials.
Interested in grabbing this deal or not from the Detroit area and want to see your local deal?  Go here.

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