Being served by a good waiter makes you feel important, much like hearing people talk about something you did over a grocery store’s intercom. Get what’s coming to you with this Groupon.
Choose from Six Options
For two people on Sunday - Friday:
- $85 for a five-course tasting menu for two, valid Sunday–Friday (a $170 value)
- $95 for a five-course tasting menu for two with two glasses of champagne, valid Sunday-Friday (a $210 value)<p>
For four people on weekdays and Sunday:
- $170 for a five-course tasting menu for four, valid Sunday–Friday (a $340 value)
- $190 for a five-course tasting menu for four with four glasses of champagne, valid Sunday–Friday (a $420 value)<p>
For four people on Saturday:
- $170 for a five-course tasting menu for four, valid Saturday (a $340 value)
- $200 for a five-course tasting menu for four with four glasses of champagne, valid Saturday (a $420 total value)<p>
The five-course tasting menu (a $170 value per couple) begins with a chilled cream of cauliflower and truffle soup before transitioning to a goat-cheese-and-beet “gâteau” with walnut vinaigrette. A chaud-froid of sea scallops, microgreens, and warm crayfish vinaigrette immediately follows. Patrons then choose a vegetarian or meat entree, such as seasonal vegetables in a beet-tarragon herb dressing, sautéed skate fish, or a loin of American lamb. For dessert, diners choose between a chocolate or Grand Marnier soufflé. Certain meal options also include a glass of champagne for each guest (a $20 value each).
La Crémaillère Restaurant
Zagat members rated La Crémaillère Restaurant "extraordinary to perfection" in all three categories: food, service, and decor. The chefs build their plates by drawing from a selection of seasonally available components, so that the menu rotates, sometimes from day to day. No matter what, diners can count on bold yet elegant dishes, such as the mustard-crusted grilled salmon. The cellar bursts with 14,000 bottles of wine to pair with entrees or enable guests to play "Stairway to Heaven" with a spoon and a glass. As a final course, diners choose from hot and cold desserts enhanced by housemade ice creams and sorbets.
Westchester Magazine also picked the eatery for a favorite Valentine's Day destination due to its "French country charm." Situated in a white clapboard house built in 1750, the interior blossoms with floral patterns and provincial oil paintings. In the private party room, country-style knickknacks pepper the walls, with character dolls on shelves reading newspapers, knitting scarves, or lifting one another to get better access to diners' plates.