Dining etiquette requires one to use a soupspoon for gazpacho, a dessertspoon for crème brûlée, and chopsticks for fitting in when dining with walrus. Learn to harness an arsenal of utensils with today’s Groupon.
$33 for a European dinner for two (up to a $72 total value)
- Select courses from the menu:
- One appetizer, such as baked brie or paté (up to an $8.50 value)
- Two entrees, such as fresh rainbow trout pan sautéed or sicilian chicken stuffed with spinach, onion and parmesan (up to a $29.50 value each)
- One dessert, such as crème brûlée (up to a $4.50 value)<p>
$60 for a European dinner for four (up to a $144 total value) * Select courses from the menu: - Two appetizers (up to an $8.50 value each) - Four entrees (up to a $29.50 value each) - Two desserts (up to a $4.50 value each)<p>
Crumpets Restaurant & Bakery
Since 1980, chef Francois Maeder has crafted artful European entrees in Crumpets Restaurant & Bakery's scenic, forest-surrounded dining haven, prompting accolades from Esquire, TripAdvisor, and OpenTable. A creek bustles beneath the bridge leading to the dining room's entrance, flanked by oak trees and a spacious patio for alfresco dining. Inside, exposed brick and tall, floor-to-ceiling windows inculcate elegance, and a painstakingly built menu of pasta, meat, and fresh seafood dishes highlights options that are heart-healthy, like running from a bear or running after a cardiologist. By request, cooks can poach or charbroil certain entrees with a nonfat Santa Elena sauce of vegetables in a cabernet reduction. Crumpets' lineup of delectable baked goods charms sweet teeth by feeding them croissants, cakes, flans, and pastries, and rotating wines from around the world arrive monthly, like new moons and new presidents.
Tunes played on the harp or keyboard during musical performances on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays fill the air with pleasantly sonorous vibrations to match the ambrosial cuisine scents wafting overhead. For more primal culinary outings, diners may be tempted to accompany Chef Maeder on gourmet rafting trips, which carry attendees through canyons and campsites with the promise of palatable rations and lessons in catfish calls.