What You'll Get
French chefs have a flair for the dramatic that compels them to set their desserts on fire and slice their croissants with guillotines. Execute caution with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$52 for a three-course meal for two (a $106.20 value)
- Two appetizers
- Two entrees
- Two desserts
- Bottle of sparkling water<p>
$99 for a three-course meal for four (a $212.40 value)
- Four appetizers
- Four entrees
- Four desserts
- Two bottles of sparkling water<p>
Choose courses from the dinner menu.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Dine in only. Not valid on in-house specials. Valid for prix fixe menu only. Not valid on New Year's Eve, Mother's Day, Father's Day, Christmas Eve or Day, or Valentine's Day. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Café en Passant
Inside Café en Passant, tables are handsomely dressed in blue and white linens; along with the bouquets of red carnations, the colors evoke the French Tricolore flag. For 35 years, these tables have displayed dishes prepared elegantly with both traditional and nouveau techniques, such as baked white-mushroom caps filled with pâté, red wine, and Swiss. Though rooted in French flavors (there are crêpes, escargots, and award-winning French onion soups), the dinner menu also includes wiener schnitzel and a handful of Italian-style pasta dishes. Whatever the dish, chefs use fresh, local ingredients whenever possible, and often rotate in specials that guests will find displayed on a blackboard or etched into their water's ice cubes.
Of course, since this is a French restaurant at heart, there's plenty of dedication to both wine and dessert. Sorbets and cheesecakes rotate daily, but you can order classics such as chocolate-truffle cake and their specialty crème brûlée every day. The wine list represents vineyards from around the world, including Canadian and Australian reds alongside French and Californian whites.