Foodbitch's inboxes fill each day with a metric shit-ton of offers, flash sales and discounts. Here are some of this week's foodfull best.
Google Offers: $6 for $12 of sweets from Kokopelli Creations Been to the West End lately? Yeah, you're not alone; nobody has since last year's TX/OU Weekend. But if you happen to
wake up after a night of drunken amateur standup find yourself there, with a hankering for twelve bucks worth of gummy octopi, there's only one place for you (in the West End, anyway). Is this thing on??
kgb deals: $10 for a Tornado Drink Travel Mixer Here's a deal for those of us who cannot wait until we get to our destination, much less wait for a frozen drink-appropriate season like, let's say, summer, to mix up a strawberry daiquiri. According to the site it's made for for "outdoor parties, camping, or on vacation for perfect alcoholic mixed drinks at a moment's notice." I'm thinking it's for hoarders who don't want to get out of bed to drink themselves into boozy, brain-frozen sugar shock.
YP Deal of the Day: $29 for an online class from Bartending College Online Want to buy that travel mixer up there but you're not sure you have the skills necessary to craft a fabulous cocktail and make whoever's in your passenger seat jealous? Want to be able to say you went to "college?" Check out this deal for an online bartending class. Then, you'll probably want to make friends with one of those lawyers who advertise on billboards along I-35, you reckless lush.
Groupon: $25 for $50 at Simply Fondue on Greenville Avenue I was almost giving up hope on finding a deal to fall hopelessly in love with this week, when I went back to Groupon just one more time and uncovered this little gem. With it, one can travel back in time to high school prom perhaps, when Simply Fondue was the ultimate indulgence. From cheese course to chocolate course to your letterman's jacket smelling like hot oil for months (true story), simply put, nothing was better than Simply Fondue. And now the chance can be yours to relive those memories at half price, Dallas.
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