According to a recent survey, people have listed chocolate as their preferred cause of death, followed closely by money avalanche. Get one foot in the tastiest grave with this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of French Fusion Cuisine and Chocolate Desserts
The menu includes escargot with herbed butter ($9.50), pizza with house-smoked brisket ($12), and 14-layer chocolate cake with chocolate ganache, mousse, and raspberry gelée ($8.75).
Coco Chocolate Lounge
Coco Chocolate Lounge has more to offer than just chocolate. That's why readers of the San Antonio Express-News voted the spot Best Neighborhood Restaurant and Best Nightclub in North Central San Antonio in 2011. Though there are plentiful cacao-based desserts served, including single-origin chocolate mousse and chocolate fondue with housemade marshmallows, Chef Hector Villarreal also experiments with savory dishes. Among his creations are stone-baked pizzas topped with house-smoked brisket and venison steaks with fried okra and béarnaise sauce.
The cuisine complements decor the San Antonio Express-News called “scrumptious with plenty of chandeliers, candlelight, and plush ruby-red velvet booths and bar seating.” As the sky darkens and everybody throws away sundials that seemed cool during the day, Coco Chocolate Lounge transitions into a nightclub, and chocolate martinis, wine, and champagne flow more freely. DJs on a dance floor and an outdoor patio spin Latin music, hip-hop, and club hits until 2:30 a.m.
What some people are buzzing about:
“Loved the place, great food and service. We have already recommended it to friends.”
“Great experience, don't change a thing!”
“Staff service level could use some major improvements. This establishment attempts to meet a fine dining experience, but fails to meet expectations.”