Amoré Ristorante & 109 Lounge

Courthouse Square

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Italian feasts of saucy pasta & grilled meats grace tables downstairs & vibrant nightlife & fresh sushi rolls populate upstairs lounge

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Promotional value expires Aug 29, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Not valid toward half-price wine on Wed. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Until recently, the only way to get fare from two different countries under one roof was through the series of pneumatic tubes connecting Detroit to Canada. Discover an easier path to international eats with this Groupon.

$15 for $30 Worth of Italian and Japanese Fare

A menu of Italian fare graces tables downstairs with dishes such as Chilean sea bass picatta ($26) and braised pork osso buco ($24). The upstairs lounge plates delicate sushi rolls, such as the spicy lobster maki roll ($14) and the inside-out california roll ($8).

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Amoré Ristorante & 109 Lounge

Inside of a charming century-old brick building overlooking Crown Point’s bustling square, head chef Carl Lindskog stays busy crafting combinations of Italian and Japanese edibles culled form the mindparts of experienced edibles. His feasts of grilled seafood, focaccia, steak and pasta grace cloth-clad tables downstairs in Amoré Ristorante, where the vintage bar dating from Chicago's 1933 World's Fair enshrines a heel print from 1930s dancer Sally Rand. Upstairs, Lindskog’s delectable sushi rolls, tempura, and dumplings pair with 109 Lounge’s 34 specialty martinis. Live music frequently fills the air during the evening hours, complementing the chef’s creations with a laid-back attitude that permits smoking and encourages playing hooky from other, less interesting dinners.

Amoré Ristorante & 109 Lounge

Inside of a charming century-old brick building overlooking Crown Point’s bustling square, head chef Carl Lindskog stays busy crafting combinations of Italian and Japanese edibles culled form the mindparts of experienced edibles. His feasts of grilled seafood, focaccia, steak and pasta grace cloth-clad tables downstairs in Amoré Ristorante, where the vintage bar dating from Chicago's 1933 World's Fair enshrines a heel print from 1930s dancer Sally Rand. Upstairs, Lindskog’s delectable sushi rolls, tempura, and dumplings pair with 109 Lounge’s 34 specialty martinis. Live music frequently fills the air during the evening hours, complementing the chef’s creations with a laid-back attitude that permits smoking and encourages playing hooky from other, less interesting dinners.

Customer Reviews

Wonderful service
Natalie C. · September 11, 2012
I love this restaurant! !
Brittany A. · September 3, 2012
Emily was extremely fun and pleasant! Thanks for making it a fun experience. one item to improve.....the vesuvio potatoes. Two in our party ordered them and both agreed that they were dry and most likely overcooked, with little to no real flavor that I associate with vesuvio potatoes.
Cheryl · August 29, 2012
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    Courthouse Square

    109 W Joliet St

    Crown Point, IN 46307

    +12196636040

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