Going out to eat allows you to enjoy fine dining without having to procure exotic ingredients or build a sommelier out of an old computer. Lap up luxury with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $39 for a prix fixe dinner for two (up to an $88.65 total value)
- $79 for a prix fixe dinner for four (up to a $177.30 total value)
Couples and quartets choose from the chef’s designed special menu. The meal opens with tomato-basil bisque (a $5.95 value/person) and a choice of caesar salad with anchovies or the house salad with pears and goat cheese (a $7.95 value/person). Some of the chef’s richest entrees (up to a $26.95 value/person) include lasagne alla pescatore, where shrimp, scallops, and salmon ply waves of madeira lobster cream sauce, and the chef’s special—a 6-ounce center-cut fillet topped with a red wine reduction and gorgonzola. Each couple shares one dessert (a $6.95 value), such as the house specialty deep-dish tiramisu.
Brunch is served every Saturday and Sunday starting at 10:30 a.m. Supplementing sweet breakfast staples as french toast stuffed with strawberries, bananas, or walnuts ($6.95) are savory selections such as herb crepes with chicken or shrimp ($9.95) and the fresh catch of the day with garlic-leek mashed potatoes ($16.95). Lunch is served every weekday.
Mia Bella Trattoria Sugar Land
A lifetime in the kitchen informs the menus of Mia Bella Trattoria Sugar Land's owner and head chef Youssef Nafaa, a native of Morocco who has been honing his craft in stateside restaurants since 1988. After toiling his way up from busboy in Chicago to culinary consultant in Houston, Youssef opened the first branch of Mia Bella on Main Street in 1998, promising "Italian food with a twist." Today, the bistro has budded into a quartet of fine-dining establishments. In 2011, the Houston Press awarded the restaurant Best Brunch Restaurant for its Mediterranean-fusion take on the popular hybridized meal and its "'bottomless' mimosas and bellinis; exceptional service that puts you in a good mood even mid-hangover; tall windows that stream sunlight into the dining room; and, of course, delicious food."