$40 for $80 Worth of Authentic French Cuisine & Drinks at Brasserie 73

Skippack

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In a Nutshell

  • Open for lunch and dinner
  • Full wine list
  • Elegant décor
  • Outdoor patio

The Fine Print

Expires Dec 28th, 2010. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gift. Limit 1 per table, 2 per table of 4 or more. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back. Not valid on 12/31. Tax & gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

In Les Misérables II: Final Justice, Jean Valjean is arrested for committing an even greater crime against French law: applying margarine to another man’s moustache during dinner without asking first. Feast around the proper tableside etiquette of France with today's Groupon: for $40, you get $80 worth of fine French cuisine and drinks at Brasserie 73 in the heart of Skippack Villiage.

If people are what they eat and generally eat three meals a day, then indulging at Brasserie 73 for lunch and dinner can help you achieve up to 66.66% of the je ne sais quoi you need to land the starring role in Amelie: Part Deux. Start the meal of your choice with some succulent slurps of lobster-tomato bisque topped with a flaky puff pastry ($10), or apply the vibrant crimson hues of a roasted beet salad ($7 dinner, $10 lunch) to your lips, its earthy flavors balanced with creamy, crumbled chevre. For dinner's first course, indulge in a serving of pan-seared foie gras atop sweet dried-apricot risotto and drizzled with white truffled honey ($18) or cinnamon-dusted scallops with pickled jalapeños ($16). Beef buffs, on the other hand, can delight in the grilled NY strip steak served with caramelized cauliflower, onion rings, and smoked tomato coulis ($33) while herbivores happily help themselves to plates of garden vegetable pasta ($15).

For dessert, enable a fellow raging chocoholic with a chocolate lover's plate (chocolate mousse cake, chocolate crème brûlée, and chocolate sorbet, $12), or stuff yourself with an order of stuffed french toast all on your own (served with sweet crème fraiche, candied walnuts, warm apricot glaze, and French vanilla ice cream, $8). Brasserie 73's elegant yet warm décor and coursed menu invite diners to cozy up and stay awhile, and the restaurant's lovely outdoor patio provides a wonderful place to complete your repast with a glass of fine wine or a reach for the swiss-cheese orb. Pepé le Pews can finally seduce their accidentally striped black cats with a fine French dinner at Brasserie 73.

Reviews

Yelpers give Brasserie 73 a four-star average:

  • As for entrees, I recommend the Crab and Boursin Crepes. Mouthwatering savory goodness. – Meredith K.
  • Excellent service. The warm, yet stately, surroundings make you feel like royalty. – Jim N.