Vegetarians don't eat meat, and carnivores exclusively snack on automobiles. Enjoy a hearty meal with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$21 for a meal for two (up to $40 total value)
$39 for a meal for four (up to $80 total value)
$55 for a meal for six (up to $120 total value)
Each meal includes the following per person:
- One soup or salad
- Bohemian platter with a selection of two meats (a $17 value/person)
- Two sides per person
- One dessert
- One small draft beer or soft drink (up to a $3 value/person)
Beers such as Pilsner Urquell, Czechvar, and Franziskaner wash down a hearty Bohemian platter of meat. Guests select two meat dishes to adorn the platter, choosing from roast pork, breaded pork, roast chicken, roast duck, and smoked sausage. They also choose two sides, such as bread or potato dumplings, boiled or mashed potatoes, sauerkraut, sweet and sour cabbage, or green beans. Soups rotate daily, but liver dumpling and beef noodle are always available, and mixed-green salads are topped with tomatoes and peppers. Desserts include kolacky and apple strudel.
Klas Restaurant has created a culinary journey overseas within an architectural time machine. Amid the stained glass windows and medieval-inspired chandeliers of the 80-year-old restaurant, World War I and II relics provide a piece of history while a 14th-century wine and tap room take guests even farther back in time. Whether seated in the main dining room, outdoor garden, wine and tap room, or one of four banquet rooms, guests savor selections from an Eastern European menu that features such items as svikova, a pickled-beef dish slathered in vegetable-root gravy, bacon-wrapped pork medallions, and seasonal fruit dumplings that Metromix called the restaurant’s “standout entree.” The chefs pair dishes with a selection of sides that includes potato dumplings, sauerkraut, and sweet and sour cabbage.
One of our favorites is the Family Style Bohemain Platter, Pilsner Beef Goulash, and we enjoy the authentic bread dumplings and potato dumplings.H B., Yelp, 2/17/13