- TWO $20 vouchers good for food and drinks ($40 value)
- Located in Milltown, IN
- Many savory steaks, catfish and more
- Promotion Expires September 20, 2013
DealChicken often wishes he could go back in time, especially to revisit an exceptionally tasty meal. Boasting a “history as wonderful as its food,” Blue River Café delights diners with an ever-changing menu of inspired homemade entrees. Whether just passing through prior to a canoe trip or in search of a friendly local spot to host a family dinner, double your money while indulging in such delicious dishes as their Kentucky hot brown turkey sandwich, clam chowder, or peanut butter pie for just $20.
Located in Milltown, Blue River Cafe takes pride in dishing out a range of unique cuisines inspired by seasonal local ingredients and the imagination of head chef and owner Debbie Woods. Restoring the legacy of the original restaurant, which was destroyed by a fire in 2010, the cafe continues to feature a friendly and inviting atmosphere that includes the works of local artists and its signature bowling alley bar, topped off with a jam packed schedule of live musical performances.
TWO $20 vouchers good for food and drinks ($40 value)
- Cash refunds up to 14 days after date of purchase. See Terms of Service for refund details. Limit 1 per person plus 2 additional as gifts. Limit one voucher per table per visit. Not valid towards the purchase of alcohol. Entire voucher value must be used in a single visit. No cash value or cash back. Not valid on tax or gratuity. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion.
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Built in the 1860s as a meeting place for a men’s social club, the building that housed the original Blue River Café had been a downtown fixture for more than 250 years, playing host to everything from a dance hall to a paint store before a being destroyed by fire in 2010.