Dining out can be a great change of atmosphere, especially if you're used to eating your meals hastily in an unguarded meat locker. Have a seat with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $38 for a backwards three-course dinner for six (a $102 value)
- $28 for a backwards three-course dinner for four (a $68 value)
- $17 for a backwards three-course dinner for two (a $34 value)
Backwards dinners take a remixed approach to the day's last meal. Servers start diners' meals by serving dessert first, a feat thought physically impossible by children the world over. The main course follows the sugary starter, with appetizers serving as the grand finally. Diners also get in on the remixed fun by turning their shirts backwards and brandishing backwards utensils. The reversed meal, catered by Scrumptious, takes place in a cozy coach house.
When Occasions Divine planted its roots in a trio of historic locales, the event-hosting company made sure to keep most of the buildings' original décor and architecture intact, though they added modern kitchens and other amenities. The staff orchestrates an ever-changing combination of themed dinners, wine and beer pairings, multiple-course meals, performances, and art classes.
Signature events, such as 10-course meals and dinners with magic shows, occur within The Propylaeum, a manicured Victorian clubhouse and historic landmark built in 1890. Guests mingle in meeting rooms, private guest rooms, and a third-floor ballroom while surrounded by period-accurate décor. An intimate house built in 1868 hosts Serenity events, including educational family etiquette dinners, which invite patrons to enter through antique doors, traverse vintage carpeting, and learn the difference between salad forks and back scratchers. A communal table presents light meals and traditional english tea, and reconstructed outdoor gardens let patrons reenact scenes from crime-thriller reboots of Romeo and Juliet. Serendipity 2 events convene at The Propylaeum's original carriage house, which did a stint as a children's museum starting in 1925. Parties ramble through the main floor and balcony under tall ceilings and light from antique windows.
Scrumptious catering services brings the restaurant group's menu to diners' homes for birthday parties, office get-togethers, or family dinners.
81% of 346 customers recommend
“We had fun dressing backwards - please don't dress in sweats or other inappropriate clothing - it's fun, but a nice place to be :)”
“The food was delicious and the service was excellent.”
“we went there for my son's birthday, it was wonderful and so much fun with everything being backwards”