At bars, beer can be served either in a pint glass or a big glass shoe that the bartender says was left there by a huge Cinderella. Have what she's having with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for $40 worth of Pan-Asian food and drinks
- $40 for $85 worth of Pan-Asian food and drinks, good for parties of four or more
Individual entrees include blackened cod with an asian-mushroom trio ($20) and a horseradish-crusted flatiron steak with sherry gastrique ($25). Several entrees are also available in a shared size, including mango-curry chicken ($28 for shared; $16 for individual). See the full menu.
Those who shudder at the thought of a stuffy "dinner and dancing" date will be pleasantly surprised at Infusion Lounge. The surprises begin on the menu, a roster of Pan-Asian food created by Chef Evan Turner. Finger foods such as mini burgers slathered with wasabi aioli graduate into refined entrees, such as tea-scented coconut ribs with papaya-mango salad. The cocktail list similarly refreshes the senses, with lychee liqueur and purée adding an Eastern element to the classic bellini and bartenders spicing lemon-drop cocktails with a hint of ginger liqueur. The dining room's decor matches the striking menu; dim, red lighting casts an otherworldly glow over translucent columns as diners converse at white-clothed tables.
All dinner guests receive a complimentary entry to Infusion's dance floor, yet another mod, surreal space. Here, orange and red neon light illuminates abstract, green latticework reminiscent of the vines in Pablo Picasso's garden. A steady stream of DJs and live music keeps feet moving, proving why Infusion Lounge was named an Open Table Diners’ Choice winner in the Good for Groups and Vibrant Bar Scene categories.
80% of 95 customers recommend
“Salmon was great.”
“Not advertised, there is " Divas" show from 7.30 PM some nights. It is fun, fun, fun. Bring a lot of 1 dollar bills for tiping.”