The French have given the United States many tremendous gifts, such as the Statue of Liberty and the current Statue of Liberty, which subdued the first one after lightning made it evil. Befriend an entire nation with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$30 for a French-Continental dinner for two (up to a $61.97 total value)
$50 for a French-Continental dinner for four (up to a $123.94 total value)
$70 for a French-Continental dinner for six (up to a $185.91 total value)
The meal includes the following:
- One appetizer per couple (up to an $8.99 value each)
- One entree per person (up to a $22.99 value each)
- One dessert per couple (up to a $7 value each)
Traditional French fare stars on an expansive menu, with highlights including onion soup served in a crock ($4.99) and 6-ounce cuts of filet mignon with a diverse selection of toppings ($20.99). See full dinner and dessert menus.
Maurice André had always been one for a show. He insisted on wearing stark white gloves to carve Chateaubriand for his regular patrons during the decadent New Year’s Eve feasts he held at his namesake restaurant. The Paris native had always loved hosting parties, and in 1975 he bought a 200-year-old clapboard house with ample space to stock his wine cellar and serve the traditional French fare he had grown up chewing.
Today, the rustic space still resonates with Maurice’s jovial spirit and passion for fine dining–artwork covers the walls and linens cover tables and the occasional face during post-meal rounds of peek-a-boo. Though Corey Sumner–the current chef–exercises his culinary creativity with dishes such as the Cajun-spiced Scallops New Orleans, he pays homage to Maurice’s vision with plates of authentically prepared duck and fish.
109 Main St.
South Paris, ME 04281