People love eating at restaurants because the food is as delicious as a home-cooked meal, but you don't have to eat at a table with your 14 strong, hungry teenage brothers. Get some eating room with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for $30 worth of dinner for two or more, valid Sunday–Thursday
- $28 for $60 worth of dinner for four or more, valid Sunday –Thursday
The dinner menu begins with starters of seared pepper-crusted tuna, plated alongside pineapple chutney and curry mayo ($12), and goat-cheese salads with greens and caramelized pecans ($7-$10). The greek pizza wears mozzarella, roasted pepper, red onion, black olive, and feta ($13), while the shitake mushroom risotto mingles with fragrant truffle oil ($16). Fish entrees include baked mahi-mahi with a coconut-curry cream ($22), and soy-ginger-marinated salmon, baked and plated with avocado and teriyaki ($20).
Abraham Getzel knew he wanted to expose more American diners to his native Venezuela's cuisine—but how could he make it unique? The answer came in the form of a fusion: kosher-Venezuelan food, healthy and bright, and served all day. In the morning, his guests sip on fresh-made drinks, such as lemonade infused with basil and mint leaves, and mango-passion fruit smoothies. Afternoons, they dig into blackened tilapia wraps or veggie burgers, homemade patties with tahini-mayo, all nestled humanely inside a friendly kaiser roll. The dinner menu is home to a host of fish-focused appetizers, such as salmon ceviche, as well as salads, pizzas, pastas, and fish entrees such as Chilean sea bass with a miso glaze.
87% of 204 customers recommend
“Good food. Good service. Convenient location.”
“service could be a little faster”
“Last night they had beautiful classical music covering contemporary songs. It was a perfect ambience that allowed my husband and I to enjoy the music and still hear...”
“Last night they had beautiful classical music covering contemporary songs. It was a perfect ambience that allowed my husband and I to enjoy the music and still hear each other”