Contemporary American Dinner with Wine, Entrees, and Dessert for Two or Four at Bistro 300 (Up to Half Off) 

Inner Harbor

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In a Nutshell

Meals of chicken pappardelle, sweet-corn seafood stew, and black sea bass end in desserts such as house-made twinkies

The Fine Print

Expires Dec 4th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Dine-in only. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

A restaurant is a good spot for a date, a business meeting, or a silent dinner with a visiting cousin whom you don't know that well. Share a meal with a loved one or liked one with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $49 for a contemporary American dinner for two (up to a $98 total value)
  • $98 for a contemporary American dinner for four (up to a $196 total value)

Each dinner includes the following items per person:

  • One entree (up to a $32 value)
  • One glass of Canvas wine (an $8.50 value)
  • One dessert (up to an $8.50 value)

The dinner menu features entrees such as lacquered arctic char in a ginger soy caramel glaze, dry-aged new york strip steak with Humboldt Fog blue cheese, and a rotating nightly special. Meals conclude with desserts such as house-made Twinkies and cookie ice-cream sandwiches.

Bistro 300

On the third floor of the Hyatt, the team at Bistro 300 has worked wonders with Twinkies and tomato soup. They prepare their own version of the doughy dessert with chocolate dip and whipped cream, leaving out the plastic wrapper. As for the soup, it's available for lunch or as a dinner appetizer, and it's won praise from The Baltimore Sun for its "aromatic and richly spicy" mix of tomatoes from Hummingbird Farms.

Suffice to say, the kitchen here doesn't shy from reinvention. It combines regional ingredients—including Maryland crab, of course—into contemporary plates for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The Baltimore Sun also lauds Bistro 300's commitment to eco-friendly eats, noting that chefs serve up arctic char and black sea bass instead of less sustainable options, like salmon or fish that have starred in Disney films. Seafood is indeed a focus, as evidenced by the mix of shellfish in the sweet-corn cioppini, though chicken pappardelle and a dry-aged new york strip steak also grace the menu.

Each meal does come with a view, though the scenery varies depending on where you sit. Some diners glimpse the harbor through a full wall of windows, while others gaze into a large, decorative pool that stretches throughout the room.

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