A raw steak can reduce the swelling of a black eye just as easily as the charcoal markings of a well-cooked steak can draw it back on. Make artful use of cuisine with today’s Groupon to Andres Carne Des Tres in Queens. Choose between the following options:
- For $35, you get a Colombian dinner for two (up to an $88 total value). Each meal includes the following:
- One appetizer or salad (up to a $12 value)
- Two steaks or other entrees with two sides each (up to a $28 value each)
Two desserts (up to a $10 value each)
- For $65, you get a Colombian dinner for four (up to a $176 total value). Each meal includes the following:
- Two appetizers or salads (up to a $12 value each)
- Four steaks or other entrees with two sides each (up to a $28 value each)
- Four desserts (up to a $10 value each)
At Andres Carne Des Tres, kitchen wizards whip up a menu of eclectic Colombian steaks, shrimp, chicken, and parilla, drawing from authentic recipes. Diners strap on their tongues’ scuba tanks and dive into appetizers such as the toston y guacamole, a savory matrimony of green plantains and guac, or shrimp crêpes with special sauce. Skirt, T-bone, or sirloin steaks sizzle on the grill, and the jumbo sautéed shrimp in lemon-butter sauce emerges from the stove to fill cavernous appetites. Eaters hankering for poultry munch on chicken enchiladas verdes or grilled chicken breast rather than donning fox costumes and stalking a local barnyard. A dessert menu with favorites such as creme brulee, tiramasu, and rice pudding rounds out stomachs and the evening.
Andres Carne De Tres
Colorful lights, live music, and the smell of churrasco beckon passersby into Andres Carne De Tres, where chefs recreate the bold flavors of South America. Appetizers, such as empanadas dunked in a housemade sauce and guacamole made tableside, kick off meals before the real treat: platefuls of pork loin, skirt steak, chicken, ribs and fresh seafood—all cooked Colombian style. Patrons can order their own individual helpings from the menu—which includes items such as paella and chicken-and-mushroom crepes—or share a Tejarrilla Andres platter packed with enough Colombian chorizo and smoked pork ribs for two people or one pet bear. As the night rolls on, the dance floor tempts guests out of their seats with neon lights and live music crooned from a nearby stage.