What You'll Get
Many American bistros differentiate themselves from their European counterparts by serving region-specific dishes and replacing waiters with Bruce Springsteen. Satisfy a hungry heart with this Groupon.
Choose From Four Options
- $29 for brunch for two (up to a $63.60 total value) that includes one entree (up to an $11.95 value), one side (up to a $3.95 value), and two mimosas (a $7.95 value each) for each diner
- $35 for brunch for four (up to an $88.60 total value) that includes the same as above, with the mimosas substituted for one shared bottle of house champagne (a $22 value) and one shared bottle of orange juice (a $3 value)
- $49 for brunch for six (up to a $145.40 total value) that includes the same as above, with two shared bottles of house champagne (a $22 value each) and two shared bottles of orange juice (a $3 value each)
- $10 for $20 worth of anything on the lunch menu. Entrees range from $7.45 to $27.95 each.<p>
Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 29, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Not valid for brunch special. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Bistro 1902
Dedicated to upholding the casual ambiance and meticulously presented cuisine found in the bistros of Paris, Bistro 1902's team of chefs channels French culinary traditions as they assemble Gallic dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. With an eagle eye refined during 25 years spent forging fare in four- and five-star establishments across France—including the The Jules Vernes restaurant at the Eiffel Tower—the head chef inspects each dish for aesthetic quality and likelihood of revealing secrets before it leaves the kitchen. Culinary gurus bustle about the restaurant galley architecting traditional noshes such as crepes, escargots, and tarte tatins alongside updated classics such as a filet mignon and a foie gras burger.
The house’s creative burgers, baguettes slathered with sweet olive butter, and fresh scallops made the Sun Sentinel take notice, along with the chef's meticulous eye to tableside detail. Amid the dining room's exposed-brick walls laden with Parisian-themed art prints, affable servers wend in and out of tan-colored booths and sleek black tables to ensure that hungers remain sated and thirsts quenched. Meanwhile, staffers keep patrons hydrated as they refill goblets with selections from the extensive wine list, ensuring the perfectly paired washing down of decadent bites and the rinsing of hands after finger-painting re-creations of Monet's Water-Lily Pond on the tablecloth.