Six-Course Tasting Menu for Two or Four at Café Ponte (Up to 56% Off) 

Café Ponte - Clearwater

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Six courses shaped by seasonal ingredients and cooking techniques from French, Asian, and Italian kitchens

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Promotional value expires Sep 5, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 3 per party per table. Not valid for alcohol. Dine-in only. Not valid on holidays. No substitutions permitted. Mandatory 20% gratuity on full value not included. Valid only for dinner, starting at 5:30 p.m. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid until 6/17/13. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Café Ponte - Clearwater: Six-Course Tasting Menu for Two or Four at Café Ponte (Up to 56% Off) 

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  • $85 for a six-course tasting menu for two (a $170 value)
  • $150 for a six-course tasting menu for four (a $340 value)

Chef Ponte borrows influences from French, Asian, and Italian cooking styles when designing his six-course tasting menu, which changes regularly according to seasonally available ingredients. The summer menu’s introductory courses are golden gazpacho with red-pepper sorbet, a tomato caprese salad with housemade burrata cheese, and corn-and-goat-cheese agnolotti.

The fourth course arrives with a choice of Bronzini with a tomato and fennel salad with onion-leek fondue, or Niman Ranch poussin rouge with fava-bean pesto. Artisanal cheeses and a dessert tasting follow the main course, capping each dining experience with the flavors of flourless chocolate cake, orange creamsicle panna cotta, and strawberry-rhubarb tart.

For an additional $35, diners may accentuate each course with a 3-ounce wine tasting selected by Chef Ponte. Bottles of elegant French reds can be found in the restaurant's wine library, along with varietals from regions in Italy, Germany, and Spain.

Café Ponte

After graduating Johnson & Wales University in 1991, Chef Christopher Ponte began his career at Pepper Mill Restaurant. The chef had been accommodating special requests for one of Pepper Mill Restaurant's picky patrons for many months. It always took extra work to conjure up off-menu items, but Christopher didn't complain. He loved cooking. One day, the customer asked to meet the chef, and Christopher obligingly came to greet him at the table. As conversation casually flowed, the elderly gentleman asked, "What would the young man like to do in the future?"

Without hesitation, Christopher said, "Study in France."

Mere months later, thanks to the patronage of one very happy customer and Long Island retiree, Christopher Ponte enrolled at the Le Cordon Bleu culinary institute, one of France's most iconic schools. He made excellent use of his time there—including apprenticing at Paris' Taillevent. Chef Ponte returned stateside to apprentice with Daniel Boulud at his self-titled restaurant, Daniel. With this wealth of experience, in 2002, Chef Ponte opened Café Ponte. Awarded a Golden Spoon and a Zagat rating as one of the top area restaurants, his unabashedly adventuresome menu sizzles with European and Asian influences. The 250-seat dining room hosts its guests at intimate tabletops or a zigzag bar, which serves seasonal cocktails and fine wines from an eclectic wine list.

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    13505 Icot Blvd

    Clearwater, FL 33760


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