$20 for $40 Worth of Bistro-Style Lunch and Dinner Cuisine at Cafe Trio

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French- and Italian-inspired dishes range from praline-crusted diver scallops to slabs of seafood lasagna inside sleek dining room

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Unlike speedy in-and-out coffee shops, cafés indulge fantasies of sneaking off through misty European streets paved with pain au chocolat and lined with biscotti parking meters. Sip into a waking dream with this Groupon.

$20 for $40 Worth of Bistro-Style Lunch and Dinner Cuisine

The lunch menu includes shareable plates of toasted ravioli ($8) and cracker-crust pizzas decorated with tuscan shrimp, bacon, fontina, feta, artichoke hearts, and spinach ($11). The dinner menu spotlights entrees of cornmeal-dusted rainbow trout, served with roasted-potato salad and a golden-beet purée ($23), as well as hand-cut filet mignon topped with Trio's steak butter ($28–$31). Desserts round out meals in the forms of crème brûlée cheesecake ($6) and triple Trio mousse ($6).

Cafe Trio

"Sleek and shiny and glamorous" is how the Pitch's Charles Ferruzza described Cafe Trio in a 2009 article reviewing the eatery's at-the-time new location, although his praises didn't stop there. He also doled out compliments about Executive Chef Leon Bahlmann's European-inspired food, which earns a rating of very good to excellent from Zagat.

In the glow of paper lanterns, colorful paintings crafted by local artists hover over plates of pecan-crusted diver scallops and hand-cut tenderloin fillets, which diners can enjoy while gazing out at the fountain and trees of Mill Creek Park. Outside, an expansive deck—open year-round—offers alfresco dining through the warm summer months, as well as unobstructed views of the resident snowmen of Country Club Plaza throughout the winter.

Cafe Trio

"Sleek and shiny and glamorous" is how The Pitch's Charles Ferruzza described Cafe Trio in a 2009 article reviewing the eatery's at-the-time new location, although his praises didn't stop there. He also doled out compliments about Executive Chef Adam Yoder's European-inspired food, which earns a rating of very good to excellent from Zagat.

In the glow of paper lanterns, colorful paintings crafted by local artists hover over plates of Faroe Islands salmon roulade and hand-cut tenderloin fillets, which diners can enjoy while gazing out at the fountain and trees of Mill Creek Park. Outside, an expansive deck—open year-round—offers alfresco dining through the warm summer months, as well as unobstructed views of the resident snowmen of Country Club Plaza throughout the winter.

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