What You'll Get
Dining at a European-inspired bistro gives Americans the ideal opportunity to non-ironically wear berets, answer to the name Gaston, and love David Hasselhoff without shame. Proudly reenact scenes from Baywatch with today's Groupon for European bistro fare at 5th Street Café, located on 5th and Peachtree Street. Choose between two dining options:
- For $20, you get $40 worth of dinner
- For $10, you get $20 worth of brunch or lunch
Owners A. D. Allushi and Ian Winslade, who previously opened Buckhead Bottle Bar, recruited Atlanta Hawk Zaza Pachulia to create a casual, elegant space for the savoring of French-inspired brunch, lunch, and dinner dishes. Ignite evening ingestion with a warm goat cheese and caramelized onion tart starter ($8) before marching towards a main entree such as beef short ribs, saucily dressed in a red vinaigrette and accessorized with an onslaught of bacon and green beans ($22). Chicken milanese, like an edible Snow White, cohabitates with seven spices and a saffron aioli cream ($15), and the potato gnocchi plays nice with baby vegetables in a buttery garlic medium ($12). Lunch lures in diners with whispers of rare roast beef sandwiches ($8), croque madames ($9), and a sumptuous lamb sandwich ($8). Whiny weekend stomachs find reprieve in a bounty of brunch items, such as the shrimp and grits, zestified with a sun-dried-tomato vinaigrette ($9), and the classic eggs benedict ($12), which, upon review, have been deemed to taste at least three times better than Benedict Arnold.
Stately black dining chairs, white brick walls, and a ceiling swirled in black and white grant 5th Street Café a casually elegant ambiance and patrons the permission to speak in silver screen subtitles. An outdoor patio amidst a lush green landscape provides an enjoyable eating area, and the helpful staff can answer any questions concerning menu items or the last digit of pi.
- This was my first time dining at 5th Street Cafe, and the experience was fantastic! We had a great table outside on Peachtree Street, excellent food (the fish special), and a delicious bottle of wine from a large selection under $30/bottle. I'll definitely be back! – An OpenTable.com reviewer who dined on 09/03/2010
- We had a great experience and are certainly coming back to test their dinner. I am sure we will also return for more brunches. Very nice addition to the neighborhood. – Henrik C., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 27, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Valid for option purchased only. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.