$15 for $35 Worth of Casual Dining at Cafe di Sol

Poncey-highland

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In a Nutshell

  • Outdoor heated patio
  • Romantic, casual atmosphere
  • Vegetarian options
  • Friendly servers

The Fine Print

Expires Apr 20th, 2010. Limit 1 per table. May use 2 with party of 5 or more. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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When the sun comes into direct alignment with your hungry stomach, its powerful magnetic field draws you into a warm embrace and fills your waiting glass with bold wine—it's a scientistic fact. Feel the solar sensations on the velvety folds of your soul with today’s Groupon to Cafe di Sol: $15 gets you $35 worth of culinary comfort and intimate drinks at this charming Poncey-Highlands eatery. Grab your best bros or famished fam for a relaxed lunch, dinner, or brunch, with an array of options for both vegetarians and meat-eaters.

Snuggle up to your date in the dimly lit den and let a candle's flicker kiss your shadowy future together. Relax on the heated outdoor patio with friends, brunching on Bloody Marys ($7.50) and a sampler of Caciotta Deal Lazio and Azeitao cheeses ($12). Cafe di Sol serves Illy coffee, a robust cup that will ruin you for other brews and is a rich complement to the orange-cranberry granola (with orange blossom honey, yogurt, and fresh fruit, $7) or game-changing southern-fried chicken biscuits (with mushroom tarragon gravy and two sunny eggs, $10). Start off a delicious dinner with a zucchini quesadilla (with cilantro sour cream and charred salsa, $7.50) or mussels and leeks in red curry broth ($9). Bite into Andy’s burger (with shitakes, gruyere, garlic aioli, and house fries, $11), and slow-braised pork shoulder (with roasted fingerling potatoes, french beans, roasted cipollini onion, and a rosemary demi glace, $18) tastes even better paired with truffle mac 'n’ cheese ($5) and a small house salad (with candied walnuts, goat cheese, veggies, and walnut vinaigrette, $5).

Your friendly servers and bartenders are pleased to help you choose the perfect drink to please your palate and complement your dish, or help you ease into a quiet evening of annotating children's books with a Sharpie. Choose from an array of dependable wines ($6–$10 a glass) or try an organic domestic beer ($4.95) or Belgian brews, such as Ommegang Abbey Dubbel ($8). Let the solar winds sweep you into Cafe di Sol with a table of friends and a healthy appetite.

Reviews

Yelpers give Cafe di Sol 3.5 stars, 83% of Urbanspooners like it, and Citysearchers give it four:

  • The waitstaff was excellent. I had the crabcake special which was delicious. The restaurant is a great place to imbibe, with impressive drink prices and great ambience. – AJSantostefano, Citysearch
  • They have an awesome heated patio...I've never had a bad meal there and the bar is cool too to grab a drink or quick bite. - the bartenders are always super nice!! – mlj528, Citysearch
  • ...darkly lit & romantic...great place for a date, especially if you want to be able to hear your date talk! – kemeers, Citysearch

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