Gourmet Dinner Cuisine at The Inglenook Restaurant (Half Off). Two Options Available.

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In a Nutshell

Gourmet meat and seafood entrees such as roast duck are served in a cozy dining room decked in contemporary art

The Fine Print

Expires Nov 30th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Dine-in only. Valid for dinner only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $20 for $40 worth of gourmet dinner cuisine
  • $35 for $70 worth of gourmet dinner cuisine, valid for tables of four or more

Appetizers include a grilled whole artichoke with tarragon rémoulade ($10) and two lump blue-crab cakes ($15). Entrees such as roast duck in a three-berry sauce ($28) and the pecan-encrusted salmon ($22)—a favorite of diners—arrive alongside homemade french onion soup or a dinner salad. Click here to see the full menu.

The Inglenook Restaurant

Warmth emanates from both the decor and the staff at The Inglenook Restaurant. Owner Rod Brubacher and his wife Pam designed the restaurant’s pale-gold and burnt-orange dining room, dotted with contemporary art and small, open archways, through which mellow jazz music lilts and flows. Rod himself is often on hand to greet guests and welcome regulars back by their name or social security number.

As guests take in the traditional, tranquil vibe, they choose from a creative menu that merges classic and modern tastes. Shifting weekend specials and adjustments for dietary qualms, including gluten allergies, enable diners to experiment around the meal mainstays. Rod and his wait team amble past tables to suggest wine pairings and the necessary number of fork prongs for various entrees, which include gourmet meat and seafood plates such as pecan-encrusted salmon and rack of elk.

The Inglenook Restaurant

Warmth emanates from both the decor and the staff at The Inglenook Restaurant. Owner Rod Brubacher and his wife Pam designed the restaurant’s pale-gold and burnt-orange dining room, dotted with contemporary art and small, open archways, through which mellow jazz music lilts and flows. Rod himself is often on hand to greet guests and welcome regulars back by their name or social security number.

As guests take in the traditional, tranquil vibe, they choose from a creative menu that merges classic and modern tastes. Shifting weekend specials and adjustments for dietary qualms, including gluten allergies, enable diners to experiment around the meal mainstays. Rod and his wait team amble past tables to suggest wine pairings and the necessary number of fork prongs for various entrees, which include gourmet meat and seafood plates such as pecan-encrusted salmon and rack of elk.

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