$40 for $80 Worth of Contemporary French Dinner for Two at The Prune Restaurant
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Locally sourced French dishes—such as Lake Huron whitefish meunière—served in the courtyard of a historic building
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Expires Jul 31st, 2013.
Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per table of two, 2 per table of four or more. Reservation required. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Valid only for the dinner menu. Not valid with specials or other special menu offers.
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$40 for $80 Worth of Contemporary French Dinner for Two
The dinner menu features appetizers such as roasted asparagus and bacon farrotto ($22) and entrees such a cider-glazed duck ($39), grilled lamb leg ($40), and spring risotto with wild-leek pesto ($30).
The Prune Restaurant
Chef Bryan Steele's dinner menu showcases a variety of contemporary French dishes carefully crafted with ingredients from local growers. During the restaurant's dining season, which takes place May through October, diners flock to The Prune Restaurant's scenic Garden Room to savour gourmet fare and views of the historic building's courtyard. Once diners have chosen their favoured menu items, the warm and professional staff lends informed advice to help them pair their dishes with wines from a sommelier-assembled list comprised of both local and international varietals. The Prune Restaurant also hosts a number of small group classes, where guests come to taste and learn about wines or join forces to create a multi-course meal after finally conquering the chef's complex scavenger hunt to find the ladle.
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