$20 for a Two-Person Tasting and $20 Worth of Bistro Fare at LightCatcher Winery & Bistro (Up to $50 Value)

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In a Nutshell

  • Tasting for two people
  • New american bistro cuisine
  • Scenic terrace

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Aug 14, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1/person, may buy multiples as gifts. Limit 1/table. Reservation 24 hrs in advance req'd. Dine-in only. $20 toward bistro valid only for food. Not valid for Jazz Sundays or special events. Must be 21 or older. Tax and gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Bistros are remarkable in that they somehow manage to be both fancy and casual at the same time, much like a necktie with Taz on it. Feel gussied up without too much fuss with today's Groupon: for $20, you and a guest get five tastings each (up to $30 value) and $20 worth of bistro fare at LightCatcher Winery & Bistro. LightCatcher is a boutique bistro where guests can enjoy new american cuisine in the barrel room or take in the view from the scenic outdoor terrace. The fare focuses on local, seasonal produce, rather than moon-tomatoes, and includes such offerings as the crab cakes with garlic cream mashed potatoes and roasted asparagus ($20), and the melted brie with shallots and foccacia ($8.95). For a complete list of the items included with this Groupon, check out LightCatcher's website.

Reviews

Fort Worth Weekly reviewed LightCatcher Winery & Bistro's signature beverages and savory menu. The Manly Housewife also reviewed LightCatcher Winery & Bistro. Gayot gives LightCatcher an 11, and 85% of Urbanspooners recommend it.

  • The 2007 Texas Kiss merlot rosé ($14 per bottle) is crisp, not too sweet, and, yes, it comes in a pretty bottle. And although I know I don't like dark red wine, the 2003 LightCatcher merlot ($36) caught my eye. – Laurie Barker James, Fort Worth Weekly
  • …it’s worth the trip out to Lake Worth just to have a tasty lunch or dinner and enjoy the atmosphere of a working winery as you nibble your crispy Texas 1015 onion rings with spicy aïoli. – Gayot

LightCatcher Winery & Bistro

LightCatcher Winery & Bistro, owners Caris and Terry offer relaxed fine dining every Thursday through Saturday. They curate Tasting Menus and Prix Fix specials, which highlight the restaurant's finest wine and food pairings.

They welcome fledgling sippers to sample wines in the tasting room and happily answer wine-related questions, such as how to choose the perfect glass or how to properly perform a spit take when confronted with the indecency of a gentleman caller without a top hat.

Caris and Terry take wines seriously. They scour Texas vineyards in search of the most flavorful grapes and have won numerous awards for their winemaking efforts. As a winemaker and chef, Caris tailors LightCatcher Winery & Bistro’s menu to complement the libations with savory flourishes such as goat cheese creamed corn, gouda-truffle orzo, house made duck prosciutto, and smoked rabbit with fresh oysters.

Customer Reviews

Great service, food and wine!
Christie V. · November 7, 2014
Food was amazing!
Terri I. · October 16, 2014
Fabulous food, wine and venue!! Great evening! Follow it up by going to the Hip Pocket for show!
Sharon A. · October 11, 2014
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    Fort Worth

    6925 Confederate Park Rd.

    Fort Worth, Texas 76109

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