Taking loved ones on dinner dates makes them feel special, much like hiring a loud person to shout their name on the sidewalk. Make your sweetheart swoon with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$65 for a three-course meal for two with wine (up to a $131 total value)
- One appetizer or order of cheese or crostini (up to a $19 value)
- Two entrees (up to a $34 value each)
- Two desserts (up to a $9 value each)
- Two glasses of wine (up to a $13 each)<p>
$115 for a three-course meal for four with wine (up to a $244 total value)
- Two appetizers or orders of cheese or crostini (up to a $19 value each)
- Four entrees (up to a $34 value each)
- Four desserts (up to a $9 value each)
- One bottle of house wine (up to a $34 value)<p>
Browse the menu for starters such as warm goat cheese and lavender honey wrapped in a fig leaf and served with fig chutney, walnuts, and olive-oil toast. Follow an entree such as rosemary lamb chops or grass-fed filet mignon with decadent bites of chocolate pot de crème.<p>
Fig & Olive
Growing up in the south of France, Laurent Halasz was nourished by some of the finest olive oils and cuisine from the Riviera and Mediterranean coastal regions. His culinary team has returned to his home village to participate in Les Étoiles de Mougins, an annual gastronomical summit of some of the world's best chefs. Spearheading Halasz's commitment to authenticity is Executive Chef Pascal Lorange, who has trained with three-star Michelin Chef Georges Blanc and, according to the Los Angeles Times, prepared meals for the likes of President Obama, singer Julio Iglesias, Oscar de la Renta, Princess Stephanie of Monaco, and the Clinton family.
Lorange prepares or finishes virtually all of his small plates, entrees, and desserts with olive oils that diners can sample at the tasting bar or take home. Emily DeNitto of the New York Times found that the rosemary-garlic olive oil "brought out the earthy taste of grilled lamb chops," and "paired winningly with chive gnocchi and roasted eggplant." Diners share conversation and wines from France, Italy, and Spain at the marble communal table, which often glistens with zucchini carpaccio and imported charcuterie, cheese, and olives.
In addition to the welcoming, jovial ambiance, the restaurant's design invokes the leisurely Mediterranean. Limestone-stucco walls, tall ceilings, and green rosemary and olive trees inspired New York magazine to liken the café to "a ray of Provençal sunshine."
“GREAT food, service, everything!!”
“Great food and great service Would highly recommend”
“Good food and great service !!!!”
696 White Plains Rd
Scarsdale, New York 10583