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$40 worth of lunch or dinner fare when you dine in Housed in what used to be America's oldest active jail Menu features items such as homemade pasta, fresh seafood, and creative cocktails Featured as a "Hidden Jewel" on Phantom Gourmet Free valet parking is available!
Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional Saves as a gift Use 1 Save per table Valid for lunch and dinner; Dine-in only Not valid on St. Patrick's Day, Easter, Mother's Day, Memorial Day, Father's Day or July 4th Not valid toward alcohol Save voucher valid beginning day after purchase Promotional value expires on Aug 27, 2013.
The frigid weather and frequent snowfalls have kept you cooped up in the house for far too long. Enjoy a warm meal that's worth leaving the house for with today's Save at The Great Escape in Salem. Here's the deal: $20 for $40 worth of lunch or dinner. Side of history: Housed in what was formerly America's oldest active jail, The Great Escape provides an atmosphere unlike many others. The restaurant was designed with a jail theme, featuring brick walls and cell bars, the original two foot-thick granite floor, and a bar made out of recycled cell doors. Notable eats: Chef Fredie Barbosa serves up mouth-watering Italian dishes on his extensive menu. The menu features a slew of creative creations like the Al Capone ($22), made with sauteed Italian sausage, broccoli rabe, and hot cherry peppers tossed in a garlic and olive oil sauce with homemade fusilli pasta. Going for lunch? We recommend the Hard Time Burger ($10), an 8 ounce Black Angus burger and Italian sausage smothered in buffalo sauce with lettuce, tomato and blue cheese dressing. How can you Save? Learn how it works.