Fondue, like a hot tub, is often enjoyed with a group of close friends but can be ruined by a single ill-timed splash. Dine with dainty dips with today’s Groupon to Disiac Lounge. Choose between two options:
- For $14, you get a fondue package for two people (up to a total $28 value). The package includes:
- One cheese or chocolate fondue (a $12 value)
Two classes of house wine or sangria (up to an $8 value each)<p>
- For $27, you get a fondue package for three or four people (up to a total $56 value). The package includes:
- Two cheese or chocolate fondues (a $12 value each)
- One bottle of house wine or pitcher of sangria (up to a $32 value)<p>
The culinary sorcerers at Disiac Lounge enchant appetites with bubbling cauldrons of cheese and chocolate that invite repeated dips amid the bar’s mosaic of neon lights. Upon redeeming reservations, parties of two, three, or four noshers submerge lanced veggies and crackers in a kettle of liquid curds tapped from Wisconsin’s artesian cheese wells, and juicy strawberries and bananas twirl into steaming pots of molten chocolate. Sweet and dry wines add refined spirits to dip-fueled free-for-alls, and fruity peach sangria reminds flag collectors of the Georgia Dome’s brief secession from the United States.
Profilers from New York magazine praise Disiac Lounge for its mesmerizing neon-squared bar, and maintain the bar’s real draw lies in “pleasant patio … laden with lanterns and Moroccan-style poufs for perching.” Readers also chimed in with an almost-perfect 9 out of 10 review, only previously achieved when Roger Ebert reviewed the film adaptation of Ebert: An Autobiography.
Fusing the best parts of a posh New York nightspot and a low-key Moroccan hideaway, Disiac Lounge graces nightly crowds with a menu of falafels, paninis, and cheese plates to pair with a panoply of sumptuous cocktails. Plush red stools line the neon-lit bar, where tenders whip up a host of chocolate-liqueur-infused libations, stir signature martinis in 16 flavors, and pour spirits aged in the choicest of camel humps. Bedecked with hints of crimson and gold, the intimate lounge plays host to a daily happy hour, and can be reserved in advance for private parties. Profilers from New York magazine praise the laid-back lounge for its mesmerizing interior, and maintain the bar's real draw lies in "pleasant patio […] laden with lanterns and Moroccan-style poufs for perching." Readers also chimed in with an almost-perfect 9 out of 10 review, only previously achieved when Roger Ebert reviewed the film adaptation of Ebert: An Autobiography.
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Manhattan, New York 10019