$49 for a Three-Course Prix Fixe Dinner with Drinks for Two at Park Avenue Bar & Grill (Up to $106 Value)

Union City

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In a Nutshell

A three-course dinner, along with house cocktails or other drinks, showcases the Latin New American fusion cuisine of chef Todd Villani

The Fine Print

Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Reservation required. Dine-in only. Valid only in the Dinning Room. Valid only for drinks up to $8, may pay difference for drinks over $8. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Newton's law postulates the theory "A body at a restaurant stays at a restaurant until filled with delicious food." Obey the laws of physics with this Groupon.

$49 for a Three-Course Prix Fixe Dinner with Drinks for Two (Up to $106 Total Value)

The prix fixe dinner (a $45 value/person) is available Wednesday-Sunday and includes:

  • Two appetizers, with a choice of a baby-spinach salad, prince edward island mussels, wild-mushroom risotto, or stuffed artichoke hearts
  • Two entrees, with a choice of braised beef short ribs, traditional three-meat lasagna, pacific swai fillet, or a crispy-skin half chicken
  • Two desserts, with a choice of a caramel-apple-walnut bread pudding or pumpkin cheesecake brownie

See the prix fixe menu. Guests also receive two drinks (up to an $8 value each), such as house cocktails, glasses of wine, or draft beers.

Park Avenue Bar & Grill

Guests could dine at Park Avenue Bar & Grill multiple times, and yet leave each visit feeling as though they'd never been there before. Behind the restaurant's historic façade of red brick and arched windows await six distinct areas, each welcoming diners into a different experience. Downstairs, bartenders mix drinks at a traditional wooden bar, and upstairs, a modern lounge fills glasses amid tomato-red walls and zebra-patterned tile. After they dine on white tablecloths in the refined second-floor dining room, patrons can wander out to the private courtyard for drinks, or head up to the rooftop to watch New York's mayor give the skyline its nightly spit shine.

To match the atmosphere of each space, chef Todd Villani prepares fusion cuisine that combines Latin and New American traditions. Meticulously prepared entrees cater to guests seeking evenings of fine dining, and lighter fare, such as tapas and empanadas, facilitates socializing.

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