What You'll Get
Going out to eat allows you to enjoy fine dining without having to procure exotic ingredients or build a sommelier out of an old computer. Lap up luxury with this Groupon.
$20 for $40 Worth of Locally Sourced Pacific Northwest Cuisine and Drinks for Dinner
Options include appetizers such as spicy pork rinds ($6) and stuffed dates wrapped with bacon ($3 each), and entrees such as grilled swordfish with summer squash ($25) and smoked-chicken breast with roasted peaches and corn pudding ($19). Cocktails include the Gilt manhattan with one of five house-infused bourbons ($8). See the current seasonal menu and cocktail list.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 24, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table; limit 2 per table of 8 or more. Reservation recommended. Not valid for happy hour or other special menus. Not valid 12/24, 12/31 or 2/14. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Gilt Club Restaurant
The Gilt Club Restaurant caught the attention of national foodies when it hosted a James Beard Foundation event, and won over the public with its cameo on the first episode of Portlandia. Described as "part lab, party swanky James Bond hideaway," by Portland Monthly, Gilt Club's décor swaddles guests in crimson curtains and high-backed booths illuminated by organically shaped chandeliers. Owner and manager Jamie Dunn is often spotted prowling the house in shiny gold shoes while executive chef Neil Everett helms the kitchen. Neil's seasonal menu marries European tradition with gourmet local and organic ingredients—such as tom yum mussels, ricotta gnocchi, and hanger steak—that come from businesses and farms with sustainable practices whenever possible.
Behind Gilt's gilded bar, a pair of bartenders whips up signature cocktails from an impressive list of 125 spirits, including house-infused liquors spiced with ingredients such as beet, habanero, and blood orange. Even in the vintage cocktails, house-made bitters surprise jaded taste buds like a soufflé stuffed with joy buzzers.