Being served by a good waiter makes you feel important, much like hearing people talk about something you did over a grocery store's intercom. Get what's coming to you with this Groupon.
Choose from Six Options
For two people:
- $85 for a five-course tasting menu for two, valid Sunday–Friday (a $170 value)
- $95 for a five-course tasting menu for two with two glasses of champagne, valid Sunday–Friday (a $210 value)
For four people on weekdays and Sunday:
- $170 for a five-course tasting menu for four, valid Sunday–Friday (a $340 value)
- $190 for a five-course tasting menu for four with four glasses of champagne, valid Sunday–Friday (a $420 value)
For four people on Saturday:
- $170 for a five-course tasting menu for four, valid Saturday (a $340 value)
- $200 for a five-course tasting menu for four with four glasses of champagne, valid Saturday (a $420 total value)
The five-course tasting menu (a $170 value per couple) begins with a chilled cream of cauliflower and truffle soup before transitioning to a goat-cheese-and-beet "gâteau" with walnut vinaigrette. A chaud-froid of sea scallops, microgreens, and warm crayfish vinaigrette immediately follows. Patrons then choose a vegetarian or meat entree, such as seasonal vegetables in a beet-tarragon herb dressing, sautéed skate fish, or a loin of American lamb. For dessert, diners choose between a chocolate or Grand Marnier soufflé. Certain meal options also include a glass of champagne for each guest (a $20 value each).
La Crémaillère Restaurant
Zagat members rated La Crémaillère Restaurant "extraordinary to perfection" in all three categories: food, service, and decor. The chefs build their plates by drawing from a selection of seasonally available components, so that the menu rotates, sometimes from day to day. No matter what, diners can count on bold yet elegant dishes, such as the rack of lamb with bayonne ham-wrapped truffle frites, which Westchester Magazine named one of the county's 50 Best Dishes for its savory wine reduction. The cellar bursts with 14,000 bottles of wine to pair with entrees or enable guests to play "Stairway to Heaven" with a spoon and a glass. As a final course, diners choose from hot and cold desserts enhanced by housemade ice creams and sorbets.
Westchester Magazine also picked the eatery for a favorite Valentine's Day destination due to its "French country charm." Situated in a white clapboard house built in 1750, the interior blossoms with floral patterns and provincial oil paintings. Country-style knickknacks pepper the room, with character dolls on shelves reading newspapers, knitting scarves, or lifting one another to get better access to diners' plates.