Going out to a restaurant with your family is a great way to catch up and an even better way to prove to your parents that you've finally learned to eat without screaming between bites. Reveal the new you with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for $50 worth of European bistro cuisine
- $49 for $100 worth of European bistro cuisine
The selection includes a variety of bistro dishes influenced by French, Northern Italian, Belgian, German, and Scandinavian traditions. The dinner menu features salmon niçoise ($25), duck à l'orange ($27), and a duo of 6-ounce Brazilian lobster tails ($33). Brasserie 214 also prepares specialty schnitzels such as the Montblanc, with smoked ham, bacon, swiss cheese, and dijon sauce.
Brasserie 214 at The Inn at New Hyde Park
Brasserie 214 traces its roots far across the space-time continuum. The original iteration of the restaurant launched way back in 1938, but recent renovations and menu evolutions have brought French, Northern Italian, Belgian, German, and Scandinavian culinary traditions to the fore. Entrees such as salmon niçoise and duck à l'orange, as well as specialty schnitzels, exemplify the kind of elegant dinner, lunch, and brunch fare prepared by the skilled chefs. Imported beers and stateside craft brews pour from the taps to complement that selection. Of course, it wouldn't be a Long Island brasserie or a valid retirement destination without a robust cocktail selection. To that end, bartenders mix together specialty martinis, sangria, and sidecars with Bacardi, Disaronno, and fresh lemon juice served in a sugar-rimmed martini glass.
91% of 207 customers recommend
“The food was delicious and they were very wiling to accommodate my dietary needs (gluten free).”
“Baby lamb chops were great.”
“Can't use groupon on prix-fixe menu, or specials. Not much else to choose from in the $25 per entree range. We had to pay over $40 more for the dinner for 2, above...”
“Can't use groupon on prix-fixe menu, or specials. Not much else to choose from in the $25 per entree range. We had to pay over $40 more for the dinner for 2, above and beyond the cost of the groupon. Good restaurant but definitely not a good bargain.”