What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
$89 for dinner for two with starter, wine, and dessert ($149.95 value)
- One starter of choice to share ($24 value)
- One entree of choice per person ($72 value)
- One bottle of wine to share ($45 value)
- One dessert of choice to share ($8.95 value)
$175 for dinner for four with starters, wine, and dessert ($299.90 value)
- Two starters of choice to share ($48 value)
- One entree of choice per person ($144 value)
- Two bottles of wine to share ($90 value)
- Two desserts of choice to share ($17.90 value)
$599 for six-course chef’s table dinner for up to 8 with wine pairing and dessert ($1,400 value)
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 15, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per table per visit. Valid for dine-in only. **Reservation required by phone only** Promotional value must be used in one visit. Subject to availability. Not valid on major holidays. Cannot combine with any other special offers, discounts, or promotions. Must provide 21+ ID to receive alcoholic beverages. Tax and gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Bistro 373
At Bistro 373, Chef David Fhima's use of local, sustainable ingredients puts a contemporary spin on traditional bistro cuisine. His chefs seek out grass-fed beef for their steaks, hand-make pastas with organic whole wheat, and stock the wine cellar with as many organic and biodynamically produced bottles as possible. This approach results in fresh renditions of classic American and Mediterranean comfort foods, such as an Asian-style tuna melt on house-made sourdough and lamb tagine with a cinnamon and onion marmalade. Even the pizzas manage to incorporate some more inventive toppings, including options with everything from Sicilian andouille sausage and a fried egg to salmon, kale, and chevre.
The restaurant's dining room, designed by Billy Besson, shares a similarly casual, yet modern aesthetic. Large plate-glass windows line the front walls of the atrium section and allow plenty of natural light to flood the space during the day. The mixture of hardwood and gray-tiled floors complements the rich earth tones of the tan walls and sturdy columns. At the same time, the restaurant gets a contemporary, industrial vibe from its gleaming metal tables and Charlie-Chaplin-manned pizza assembly line.