What You'll Get
Most diners prefer eating meals in a historic location, as visiting time travelers make for interesting dinner conversation and resident ghosts are physically incapable of nabbing orphaned fries. Protect your plate from paranormal pilferers with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of fine steakhouse fare for lunch or dinner at Newburg Inn in Nazareth.
The Newburg Inn sates refined appetites with hearty lunch and dinner menus of sandwiches, pastas, and steaks served in a tavern boasting more than 250 years of history. Lunches such as a hot pastrami sandwich on rye ($7.95) or a platter of chicken parmigiana ($9.95) promise a tasteful and approachable midday repast, much like doffing your top hat to the noontime sun. The menagerie of dinner entrees display a range of cooking styles and influences, from the sweet and spicy carribean jerk chicken ($18.95) to the portobello-and-chicken-peppered penne pasta ala valentino draped in a mouthwatering shallot white wine sauce ($20.95). Alongside delectable entrees of chicken ($16.95+) and seafood ($19.95+), Newburg Inn serves up cultured steakhouse staples, such as a slow-roasted 16-ounce thick cut of blackened prime rib served with a choice of potato or vegetable, a single trip to the soup and salad bar, and complimentary monocle ($25.95).
Built in 1750, Newburg Inn's stalwart two-story structure is older than America itself, serving as a rustic trading post as well as restaurant throughout its long history. Inside the charming tavern, glittering chandeliers cast a warm, soothing glow over mealtime gatherings, and knotty, rough-hewn wooden walls tell the tales of Aaron Burr's famous surf 'n' turf eating contest against Alexander Hamilton.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 27, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.