Like a vinyl record, a plate of tapas can be enjoyed alone or with others, and should only be flipped over once you’ve finished the first side. Snack sociably with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$20 for a meal of local, seasonal cuisine for two (up to a $48 total value)
- Three shareable small plates (up to an $8 value each)
- Two drinks (up to a $12 value each)<p>
$38 for a meal of local, seasonal cuisine for four (up to a $96 total value)
- Six shareable small plates (up to an $8 value each)
- Four drinks (up to a $12 value each)<p>
Black Tulip Grille’s menu rotates on a weekly basis due to its emphasis on fresh, seasonal ingredients. Examples of past small plates include bourbon steak bites, sautéed mushrooms in brown butter sauce, and sweet-potato fries with cinnamon aioli. The drink selection includes long island iced teas and cosmopolitans mixed with premium alcohol.<p>
Black Tulip Grille
Like the finest landscape painters, Chefs Dave and Ryland look no further than their picturesque surroundings for inspiration as they orchestrate Black Tulip Grille’s ever-rotating breakfast, lunch, and happy-hour menus. The culinary artisans work with a foundation of fresh, seasonal ingredients supplied by local Michigan farmers, including tart cherries that have starred in sandwiches and refreshing salads mixed with greens and toasted nuts. Their gourmet burgers earn palate popularity with patties made of short-rib Angus beef, and arrive at tables with sides of housemade parmesan potato chips. For Black Tulip Grille’s specialty pizzas, the kitchen crew slathers marinara, pesto, or olive oil over hand-tossed dough before adding toppings and cutting each pie by throwing it into a patented ceiling-fan pizza slicer. Diners who eat with their eyes can savor the restaurant’s warm environment marked by its burnt-orange walls, subtle lighting, and dark wood bar.
“You need more 'gluten free' items on the groupon menu and on the regular menu. ”
“Great experience and we look forward to going back!”
“Would be wonderful if you added a few more vegetarian options.”