Going out to a restaurant with your family is a great way to catch up and an even better way to prove to your parents that you’ve finally learned to eat without screaming between bites. Reveal the new you with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for $30 worth of Portuguese cuisine for dinner
- $7 for $15 worth of Portuguese cuisine for lunch
Lunch includes Portuguese delicacies such as caldo verde, kale-and-chouriço soup ($5), and bacalhau assado, grilled salted cod ($16.95). For dinner, options include a Madeira-style new york strip steak with crushed peppercorns and wine sauce ($23.95), and truta grelhada, rainbow trout with lemon-butter sauce and vegetables ($19.95).
Head Chef Duarte Rebolo‘s career began on his native island of Maderia, where he cooked for tourists before embarking on a journey that saw him creating luxurious dinners on Celebrity Cruise Lines and working with world-renowned chefs at the Watergate. Today, Rebolo recreates the authentic tastes of Portugal with Tavira’s menu of fresh seafood, goat-cheese-stuffed peppers, and colorful pasta. Music from a live classical guitarist mingles with the scents of mussels, steaks, and warm apple tatins. Diners sip fine wine at the full-service bar, or dine on lunchtime sandwiches of marinated lamb or dinners of grilled chicken in spicy piri-piri sauce. The bill of fare celebrates Portugal’s rich maritime history with ample selections of salted cod, salmon, and shrimp, as well as a pop-up book insert detailing all the fish that got away from Prince Henry the Navigator.
What some people are buzzing about:
“Excellent food, great and friendly service, moderately priced, excellent neighborhood destination.”
“Great food, prompt service, quiet on a Sunday evening.”
“Tavira is a very nice restaurant with very good ambience, friendly and courteous service, and very good food. We are planning a dinner at Tavira with friends in the...”
“Tavira is a very nice restaurant with very good ambience, friendly and courteous service, and very good food. We are planning a dinner at Tavira with friends in the coming weeks.”