Locally sourced food, like WiFi, can either be found at a café or stolen from the neighbors. Avoid bandwidth banditry with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $64 for a five-course prix fixe dinner for two (up to a $128 value)
- $28 for a three-course prix fixe lunch for two (up to a $56 value)<p>
The prix fixe dinner is served daily and includes caramelized onion and brie pierogi, the morel shooter soup, a chicken confit and wild mushroom salad, a choice of entree, and chocolate pot au crème. The prix fixe lunch is served Monday–Friday and includes a choice of salad, entree, and dessert.
Matt Prentice, the culinary mind behind Morels, designed each of the dishes on the restaurant's lunch and dinner menus to incorporate ingredients from Michigan. An onsite garden produces herbs that chefs use for garnishes, imparting freshly picked flavor. Poached Michigan shrimp, bay scallops, and meat from Maine lobster claws decorate salads, and chefs concoct main-dish accents such as chanterelle cream sauce to dress their carefully curated pasta dishes. The spot's localized focus is especially visible in its shareable plates—the cheese tasting for two, for example, comes with cheese that may include Moody Blue savory cheesecake, chèvre from Zingerman's in Ann Arbor, Leelanau raclette cheese from Suttons Bay, and Grassfields organic fait gras from Coopersville. À la carte plates are also available to add helpings of vegetables or creative bites to any main course. Further complementing each heaping forkful, the eatery's American wine list includes selections from many Michigan vineyards.
What some people are buzzing about:
“both times I have been there, the service was less than desirable, but the food made up for it.”
“We came with a groupon, and we'd definitely like to come back.”
“Great service !”