$25 for $50 Worth of Italian Fare During Dinner at Quattro

Four Seasons Hotel Houston

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The executive chef draws on an Italian background to create a menu of inventive fare using locally sourced ingredients

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Pasta became a staple of Italian fare after Roman Emperor Caligula famously appointed a plate of lasagna to the Senate. Elect to eat decadently with this Groupon.

$25 for $50 Worth of Italian Fare During Dinner

The dinner menu includes entrees such as the filetto di manzo—beef tenderloin crusted with bone marrow and served with saffron arancini and gorgonzola cheese ($30)—and seafood risotto with gulf shrimp and bay scallops ($16).

Quattro

Inside the Four Seasons Hotel Houston, executive chef Maurizio Ferrarese draws on his Italian upbringing to create an ingredient-driven menu of locally sourced Italian fare. Ferrarese always puts his guests first, leaving the kitchen to visit tables as much as he can and even inviting guests to make special requests if they want to test his creativity with original dishes. He doesn't mean to downplay the regular items on his menu, saying, "I designed it so that I have a menu full of dishes that I would recommend blindfolded."

Inside the dining room, servers deliver orders of veal and seared tuna with puffed pantelleria capers or house farm greens with Texas Lone Star goat cheese in small-plate form to share with friends or purposely hide from mortal enemies. Main-course options include seasonal risottos, veal osso buco with glazed root vegetables, and the chef's signature housemade braised-beef ravioli with black truffle and corn purée. During Sunday brunch, cooks mix together eggs and fresh vegetables behind omelet stations and replenish the seafood bar's platters of roasted salmon and striped-bass broccolini.

The modern decor contrasts the rustic recipes with its vivid color, red leather accents, and tabletop holograms. Four private dining areas offer different experiences for small gatherings, from the chef's table with views of the kitchen to the cozy wine cellar with a corked floor and a display of 1,250 bottles.


Reviews

Quattro is an expectional dining experience that I would recommend to all foodies visiting the Houston Area!

Angela W, TripAdvisor, 5/2/12

The food is fresh and creative, and coupled with Houston’s wonderful locally grown or made produce and products.

Kim Hogstrom, Here Houston, 6/6/12
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    Four Seasons Hotel Houston

    1300 Lamar St.

    Houston, Texas 77010

    713-276-4700

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