Taste buds can easily turn into viciously passive-aggressive taste frenemies without proper attention. Keep your tongue from gossiping behind your back with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of American cuisine and drinks at Seven 30 South.
Winner of the trophy for Best Denver Brunch in the Best of Citysearch 2009 poll, Seven 30 South’s attentive chefs hone their craft with hearty takes on classic American fare. Start off dinner with an order of the crispy calamari strips flanked by a trifecta of savory dipping sauces ($9.49), or dive directly into entrees including sriracha-dabbed crab cakes ($14.99) and chicken paillard ($14.99), which conjures Mediterranean essences with kalamata olives, sun-dried tomato tapenade, and a chicken breast pounded thin and cut into the shape of each diner’s favorite Greek god. Weekend brunch revives postparty spirits with traditional eggs benedict ($9.99) or untraditional Grand Marnier battered french toast ($7.99), and the restaurant’s gluten-free menu details eating options free from wheat’s nefarious grasp. Toast to first dates or last meetings with blackmailers with selections from the restaurant’s wine list, such as a cherry-kissed merlot from Covey Run ($7/glass, $21/bottle) or classic Dr. Loosen reisling ($8/glass, $24/bottle).
At 730 South, chefs prepare a diverse menu that travels from the New England coast to southern farms, from Italy to Mexico. You'll find fish tacos, yellowfin tuna salad with wasabi vinaigrette, and calamari strips served with a trio of dipping sauces. From there, the menu moves inland, with chefs creating chicken saltimbocca, a signature 730 burger—with A1 sauce, blue cheese, and a crispy tower of onion rings—and southwestern meatloaf topped with green chili and paired with chipotle mashed potatoes. Gluten-free menus and a full wine list are available.