French and Continental European Fare at La Cote Basque in Gulfport (Up to 57% Off). Two Options Available.

Gulfport

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$35 51% $18
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In a Nutshell

French, Italian & German entrees showcase flambé shrimp in brandy, coat roast duck in amaretto cherry sauce & top veal with fried egg

The Fine Print

Expires Jul 11th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Valid only for option purchased. $70 Groupon valid only for 4 or more people. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

After he took the throne, Napoleon instituted the tradition of serving bread with every meal to put his mother's baguette-heavy care packages to use. Indulge in French tradition with today's Groupon to La Cote Basque in Gulfport. Choose between the following options:

  • For $17, you get $35 worth of European fare and drinks.
  • For $30, you get $70 worth of European fare and drinks for a group of four or more.

An Old Worldly union of shiny red tablecloths, wall murals, and rustic wooden accents forms the backdrop for La Cote Basque's chefs, who harness traditional European recipes to imbue their menu with classic French, Italian, and German flavors. Crevette à la costa brava enlists sherry to sauté shrimp, fresh mushrooms, and peppers before recruiting brandy to flambé the entire concoction ($22.95). A sunny-side-up egg adorns schnitzel holstein, a breaded veal cutlet served with anchovies and capers ($22.95), and nuts and almonds backstroke through the amaretto, honey, and cherry sauce swathing roti à la sheree's roast duck ($22.95). Like friendship bracelets traded by butchers, the medallions senater assorties encompasses six different meats, including beef marsala, veal piccata, and chicken parmesan ($25.95). House wines ($5.95/glass) such as chianti and sangria artfully complement the international-dining experience.

La Cote Basque

An old world union of shiny red tablecloths, wall murals, and rustic wooden accents forms the backdrop for La Cote Basque's chefs, who harness traditional European recipes to imbue their menu with classic French, Italian, and German flavors. Complex flavor combinations tastily define La Cote Basque’s menu. The restaurant’s palate-popular chefs enlist sherry to sauté shrimp, fresh mushrooms, and peppers before recruiting brandy to flambé the entire concoction while a sunny-side-up egg adorns schnitzel holstein, a breaded veal cutlet served with anchovies and capers. Like friendship bracelets traded by butchers, the medallions senater assorties encompasses six different meats, including beef marsala, veal piccata, and chicken parmesan. House wines, such as chianti and sangria, complement the international-dining experience.