$25 for $50 Worth of Contemporary American Dinner Cuisine for Two or More at Moshulu

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Marilyn K. · 1 reviews
Reviewed May 22, 2013
Provide more vegetarian choices

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Annie A. · 2 reviews
Reviewed November 14, 2012
Food and cocktails were incredible. Service impeccable. Great place for a special occasion or romantic night out.

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Micah W. ·
Reviewed September 30, 2012
Amazing service

What You'll Get


Few things are as satisfying as a good meal or the thrum of a crossbow as it sends a bolt into a ham. Hit the spot with this Groupon.

$25 for $50 Worth of Contemporary American Cuisine for Two or More

The seafood-heavy menu features Barnegat Light diver scallops ($32), a dish in which the gourmand blogger behind Taste as You Go says “the flavors fought with each other for top billing.” Alternatively, diners can try a 14-ounce cut of prime rib eye ($42), the Amish free-range chicken breast ($27), or the Crescent Farm duck breast ($29).

Moshulu

Since it was launched in 1904, the Moshulu has led a colorful life: sailing the seas of Europe, South America, and Africa, circumnavigating Cape Horn 54 times, and ferrying around all sorts of goods, from lumber and grain to copper ore and nitrate. But by 1975, the Moshulu, tired from the stress of constantly evading sea monsters, was ready to retire. Today, it’s docked at Penn’s Landing, the largest four-masted sailing ship afloat and a restaurant serving the culinary creations of executive chef Anthony Bonett. Bonett matches the extravagance of the luxury liner’s interior with an equally upscale menu of modern American cuisine paired with an extensive wine list.

With 360-degree views of the Philadelphia waterfront and skyline in the background, his staff decorates crisp white tablecloths with plates of North Atlantic jumbo flounder, 9-ounce cuts of filet mignon, and highly praised Hawaiian ahi tuna tartare. Private parties can be held in a tented space, heated and floored with weathered hardwood, or aboard multi-level decks left open to fresh sea breezes and the quiet whispers of passing mermaids.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires Nov 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 5 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Reservation required. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Dine-in only. Valid only for dinner. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid for Thanksgiving. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Moshulu


Since it was launched in 1904, the Moshulu has led a colorful life: sailing the seas of Europe, South America, and Africa, circumnavigating Cape Horn 54 times, and ferrying around all sorts of goods, from lumber and grain to copper ore and nitrate. But by 1975, the Moshulu, tired from the stress of constantly evading sea monsters, was ready to retire. Today, it’s docked at Penn’s Landing, the largest four-masted sailing ship afloat and a restaurant serving the culinary creations of executive chef Anthony Bonett. Bonett matches the extravagance of the luxury liner’s interior with an equally upscale menu of modern American cuisine paired with an extensive wine list.

With 360-degree views of the Philadelphia waterfront and skyline in the background, his staff decorates crisp white tablecloths with plates of North Atlantic jumbo flounder, 9-ounce cuts of filet mignon, and highly praised Hawaiian ahi tuna tartare. Private parties can be held in a tented space, heated and floored with weathered hardwood, or aboard multi-level decks left open to fresh sea breezes and the quiet whispers of passing mermaids.

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