Now that spinach has been deemed a performance-enhancing vegetable, Popeye's future shortstop career hinges on his transition to rice and beans. Get a sailor's worth of energizing Argentinean cuisine with today's deal to Piropos Grille, located in Parkville. The scenic sister to Piropos Resaturant, Piropos Grille weaves a tale of Argentinean culinary characters with its grilled meats, salads, seafood, and signature dishes, with supporting flavors from Venezula, Mexico, and Peru. Let your tongue traverse a dinner menu of South American tastes, such as the sandwich marino, which captures lobster-claw meat between slices of bolillo bread with tarragon and chipotle aioli ($18), or the pollo al horno, a mole- and chimichurri-sauced half of roasted chicken ($20). Thirsty throats can find refuge with Piropos's wine and specialty drink offerings, and diners at the finish line can punctuate their evenings with confections from the dessert menu. Stamp your taste buds' passport without the wait in customs with today's Groupon.
The Pitch reviewed the Piropos Grille in June. OpenTable reviewers give Piropos an average of 4.4 stars, 80% of Urbanspooners recommend the restaurant, and four Yelpers give it an average of four stars.
- We tasted more elaborate desserts that night, including a gorgeously light and creamy passion-fruit mousse and a dark-chocolate cake layered with meringue and dulce de leche. The latter pastry was almost too rich for words, but we managed to think of a few: decadent, delirious, delightful… – Charles Ferruza, The Pitch
- At least in the top 5 of the most beautiful and scenic restaurants in the city. Polite service, good food and a warm and inviting atmosphere with nice ambient music and lighting. – OpenTable reviewer who dined on 09/17/2010
The Grille by Piropos
With a more casual dining experience, The Grille by Piropos in Parkville sets itself apart from its fine-dining sister establishment Piropos Restaurant. Nestled high in the hills of historic Parkville, it sits above the landscape, allowing diners to take in visions of Park University's beautiful gothic architecture or watch as the sun sets and the moon rises in the evening. Not only a restaurant for special occasions, it is also a favorite spot for everyday casual dining.
This vista-induced amnesia, however, doesn’t tend to last very long, as the aromas of South American–inspired food soon draw diners’ attention to the new casual-dining menu’s signature dishes from Venezuela, Mexico, and Argentina. This cuisine makes itself at home inside the dining room, where large, colorful murals and lavish wood furnishings give the restaurant an upscale, rustic ambiance. The outdoor patio, meanwhile, features views of the horizon and a fireplace, meaning at a certain time and from a certain angle, the sun is setting into the fire.