French chefs have a flair for the dramatic that compels them to set their desserts on fire and slice their croissants with guillotines. Execute caution with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $82 for a four-course French dinner for two, valid Sunday through Friday (a $165 value)
- $82 for a four-course French dinner for two, valid only on Saturdays (a $165 value)
- $185 for a four-course French dinner for four and a bottle of wine, valid Sunday through Friday (a $370 value)
- $185 for a four-course French dinner for four and a bottle of wine, valid only on Saturdays (a $370 value)<p>
Dinner for two includes: * A soup or salad for each * One appetizer to share * Two entrees * One dessert to share<p>
Dinner for four includes: * A soup or salad for each * Two appetizers to share * Four entrees * Two desserts to share * One bottle of wine<p>
The dynamic menu rotates weekly but has included such dishes as wagyu rib-eye steak and sweet pistachio fraisier with strawberry sorbet and poached rhubarb. Parties of four can enjoy a bottle of wine valued at up to $40 or apply that value towards a more expensive selection. See an example of one of the menus that may be available here.
La Panetière's elegant cuisine works its way into not only the stomachs but the hearts of those who dine within the restaurant's cozy French-countryside embrace. Tucked inside a 200-year-old building, the "hushed dining room," as it was described by the New York Times, is home to "artistically arranged dishes" straight from the brain of owner Jacques Loupiac. The AAA Four Diamond Award–winning restaurant changes its menus frequently, but consistently remixes French culinary staples with seafood, beef, and vegetables grown in the United States.
Complemented by pours from vintages drawn out of its historic cellar, seasonal dishes may highlight sautéed Maine lobster with minty zucchini and white gazpacho or sophisticated accents of foie gras and escargots. It's La Panetière's unwavering devotion to refinement that makes it a destination for romance and celebration, as well as a proud recipient of the Best French Restaurant award, as voted by the people who read and make origami dragons out of Westchester Magazine. The eatery also boasts high Zagat ratings—food, decor, and service are all in the “extraordinary to perfection" category.
Top quality, French fare, without the attitude. High class ambianceGr8Outdrs, TripAdvisor, 3/18/12