Every year in Spain, the running of the bulls is held, with man and beast racing each other to get the last available seat at the local paella restaurant. Taste what all the fuss is about with today's Groupon to Mallorca Restaurant. Choose between the following options:
- For $12, you get $25 worth of upscale Spanish cuisine during dinner.
- For $7, you get $15 worth of upscale Spanish cuisine during lunch.
Mallorca Restaurant's culinary conductors orchestrate a variety of sophisticated ingredients in a symphony of authentic Spanish seafood, meat, and vegetarian options. The dinner menu tempts guests with dishes such as camarones costa del sol, shrimp dressed in a white-wine sauce ($21.95), and the ternera marsala ($24.95), in which veal and mushrooms sweetly interrogate taste buds like police partners playing good cop, good cop. Midday lunches silence grumbling bellies with a starter of gazpacho ($3.95) accompanied by a juicy jamon serrano, manchego cheese, and watercress sandwich escorted by Spanish-style fried potatoes ($8.95),
Housed in a historic three-story townhouse, Mallorca parallels the upscale nature of its nourishment with a tuxedoed door greeter and a décor of high ceilings, muted walls, and sophisticated light fixtures. Toast to the restaurant's four dining rooms or tease a constellation's finite nature from a seat on the outdoor patio.
Channeling the sights and smells of an Ibiza villa, Mallorca Restaurant posts a tuxedoed gentleman at the door to greet guests with continental flair. Owner and host Antonio Pereira outfits the upscale restaurant's four dining rooms with eye-catching adornments of carved archways, frescoed ceilings, and chandeliers that hang low enough to fix ailing hairstyles. Natural light floods into the dining room through decorated skylights, illuminating linen-topped tables buttressed by original Spanish recipes. Fresh seafood and generously portioned beef dishes have inspired the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette to label Mallorca "one of Pittsburgh's most popular restaurants," and its rich, saffron-scented paella captured the eye and taste buds of Pittsburgh Tribune-Review writer Pamela Starr.