Eating is generally more enjoyable when done in the company of others, similar to watching a movie or masterminding a food-bank heist. Share the fun with this Groupon to Getaway Café. Choose between the following options:
- For $26, you get a signature meal for two (up to a $54.22 value) that includes:
- One appetizer (up to a $12.99 value)
- Two entrees (up to a $17.99 value each)
- One dessert (a $5.25 value)
- For $44, you get a signature meal for four (up to a $108.44 value) that includes:
- Two appetizers (up to a $12.99 value each)
- Four entrees (up to a $17.99 value each)
- Two desserts (a $5.25 value each)<p>
Choices include: * Appetizers: Feta bruschetta, deep-fried zucchini, and mussels * Entrees: traditional Delmonico steak, Thai salmon, and lemon-chicken pasta * Desserts: death-by-chocolate cake, coconut cream pie, and new york cheesecake with strawberries<p>
Constantly tweaking and calibrating their recipes, Getaway Café’s chefs pack a six-page menu with hearty breakfast, lunch, and dinner favorites. Dining duos or quartets may start their feasts by carefully steering Feta bruschetta’s veggie- and seasoning-topped slices of baked pita bread into each others’ mouths or designer bindles. Juicy slivers of a 10-ounce steak—fire-grilled and served on an iron skillet—or forkfuls of pasta entwined with pieces of lemon chicken breast and asparagus muffle the complaints of growling bellies. The three-course signature meal wraps up with savory desserts; choices include a rich chocolate cake and creamy New York–style cheesecake. Getaway Café’s interior wood trim, tall chairs, and Steelers memorabilia create a dining atmosphere as comfortable as the inside of a packing-peanut-stuffed Wienermobile.
The Getaway Cafe has its own way of defining the notion of a family-friendly restaurant: Owned by husband and wife Lou and Nancy Manolios, the restaurant has seen all five of their daughters work between its walls, and Lou's nephew, Christopher, is the general manager. Running a restaurant was a lifelong dream of Lou's. He grew up in a close family and was washing dishes at his grandfather's restaurant at the age of 12, an age when many boys are only washing their footballs. Now, at Getaway Café, he and his wife have created a large, eclectic menu with everything from baby-back ribs to fresh seafood and weekend breakfasts. They also host a variety of events such as martini nights with live entertainment and wine dinners.
3049 Sussex Ave.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15226Get Directions