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What You'll Get
Being wined and dined is often a precursor to big requests, such as “Can you finish this jug of wine for me?” or “Would you sign my petition to install a municipal wine fountain?” Compromise just the right amount of judgment with this Groupon.
$12 for Champagne and Dessert ($24.75 Total Value)
The package includes:
- Two glasses of champagne (an $8 value each)
- One dark-chocolate soufflé (an $8.75 value)<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person.Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Valid only at the Ventura location. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Must be 21 and over. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Barrel 33
From the ivy-covered outside in, Barrel 33 cultivates a cozy bar atmosphere conducive to long conversations and savored sips of wine. Their wine cellar, kept at a constant 56 degrees, hosts dozens of domestic and international red and white wines by the bottle. Reds include a hefty selection of cabernet sauvignon and pinot noir from Sonoma and Santa Barbara. French champagne, sparkling wine, and chardonnay from Napa and the Russian River valley, on the other hand, dominate the selection of whites. To accompany the wine, Barrel 33’s kitchen assembles plates of olives, duck pate, brie with Grand Marnier strawberry sauce, or crisp thin-crust pizzas.
Red walls stretch around the interior of the wine bar, complementing both the stone-topped bar and the dappled tulip lights hanging over it. Tall chairs with carved arms and plush crimson cushions sit at attention at the counter. Outside in the enclosed wine garden, palm fronds reach up to the strings of fairy lights stretched across the patio. A wood fire crackles in a fireplace made from the same chunky boulders as the building’s exterior, sending light flickering over wicker chairs and the glass tables’ ornate legs, which were donated by the late glass man, who lived in a glass house but never threw stones.