5-Course 10-Element Tasting Menu of Latin-Indian-Fusion Fare at Vermilion (Up to 40% Off). Four Options Available.

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Having eyes that are bigger than your stomach could mean you’re not hungry, or it could mean you’ve been vacuuming your irises too often. Dine without overdoing it with this Groupon.

Choose from Four Options

5-Course, 10-Element Tastings

  • $48 for a vegetarian tasting (an $80 value)
  • $54 for a seafood tasting (a $90 value)
  • $54 for a meats tasting (a $90 value)
  • $66 for an omnivore tasting (a $110 value)

Tastings are available during normal dining hours. To view the courses for each tasting menu, click here.

Vermilion

Vermilion has garnered a great deal of press and accolades over the years. From being named one of Chicago magazine’s Best New Restaurants of 2004 to gracing the pages of Esquire in an article titled "15 More Restaurants Not to Miss," the restaurant is no stranger to the spotlight. And at the heart of its success is Rohini Dey, a former consultant who, in 2003, decided to dive whisk first into the restaurant biz. Inspired by her Indian heritage, Dey set out to re-engineer the country’s traditional approach, fusing contemporary homeland flavors with elements of similarly spicy Latin cuisine.

At Vermilion’s Chicago and New York City locations, the chefs craft meat and vegetarian fusions. Some of their most successful creations include the Gourmet-lauded duck-vindaloo arepas, lobster tail stewed in coconut-and-curry-leaf gravy, which was named the top dish worldwide by USA Today in 2004, and the tandoori skirt steak, hailed by Esquire. The decor mirrors the artful approach to dining, with sleek white spaces accented by black-and-white photos taken before the invention of color. Both locations also incorporate lounge areas that often come to life as fusion music, specialty cocktails, and a global wine list circulate the space.

Vermilion

Vermilion has garnered a great deal of press and accolades over the years. From being named one of Chicago magazine’s Best New Restaurants of 2004 to gracing the pages of Esquire in an article titled "15 More Restaurants Not to Miss," the restaurant is no stranger to the spotlight. And at the heart of its success is Rohini Dey, a former consultant who, in 2003, decided to dive whisk first into the restaurant biz. Inspired by her Indian heritage, Dey set out to re-engineer the country’s traditional approach, fusing contemporary homeland flavors with elements of similarly bold Latin cuisine.

At Vermilion’s Chicago and New York City locations, the chefs craft meat and vegetarian fusions. Some of their most successful creations include the Gourmet-lauded duck-vindaloo arepas, lobster tail stewed in coconut-and-curry-leaf gravy, which was named the top dish worldwide by USA Today in 2004, and the tandoori skirt steak, hailed by Esquire. The decor mirrors the artful approach to dining, with sleek white spaces accented by black-and-white photos taken before the invention of color. Both locations also incorporate lounge areas that often come to life as fusion music, specialty cocktails, and a global wine list circulate the space.

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    River North

    10 W Hubbard St.

    Chicago, Illinois 60654

    312-527-4060

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In a Nutshell

Unique chef-created tasting menus at Latin-Indian fusion restaurant lauded by Gourmet, The Financial Times, and Time

The Fine Print

Expires Oct 24th, 2012. Limit 5 per person, may buy 1 additional as gifts. Limit 2 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Phone reservation required, must mention Groupon and tasting menu. Dine-in only. Not valid for sharing, portions are for one guest only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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