Eating is necessary for survival, just like sleeping or carving yourself companions out of large pieces of wood. Don't just survive--thrive with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $37 for a three-course prix-fixe dinner with two glasses of wine (up to a $10 value each) for two on Monday–Friday (up to a $90 total value)
- $39 for the above meal on Saturday (up to a $90 total value)
- $59 for a three-course prix-fixe dinner with a bottle of wine (a $28 value) for four on Monday–Friday (up to a $158 total value)
- $61 for the above meal on Saturday (up to a $158 total value)
Each option includes the following per pair of diners:
- Choice of two soups or salads (a $6 value each)
- Choice of two entrees from the prix-fixe menu (up to a $25 value each)
- One dessert (an $8 value each)
Anthony DeMaio and Domenick Falcione's culinary venture, Mojo, reflects the partners' shared ideology of providing a feast for all the senses. When Falcione isn't busy festooning the dining room's walls with his abstract mixed-media artwork, he dons an executive-chef hat and concocts the restaurant's menu of inventive international cuisine. In an interview with the Sun Sentinel, he describes his approach to art and cooking: "I believe food is a feast for your senses, eyes, nose, taste buds and your soul. For plate presentation, I use the colors and positioning of the food, which is similar to when I paint on the canvas."
Falcione creates these aesthetically pleasing dishes with organic grains and vegetables, Lock Duart salmon, free-range chicken, and local, seasonal ingredients. His entrees blend French, Italian, and Asian flavors and preparations, and his housemade desserts include the popular flourless chocolate-espresso torte.
His passion for beauty is also apparent when examining Mojo's sleek, ultramodern décor. Once guests enter the restaurant's stainless-steel doors, they're surrounded by crisp, white tables and chairs, striped teal banquettes, white orchids, and chandeliers adorned with rows of peacock feathers.