Lunch is important because it tides over appetites until dinner and gives poets another word to rhyme with “munch.” I think that I shall never munch/A poem as lovely as this Groupon for lunch.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for $30 worth of Pan-Asian food for lunch or Sunday brunch for two or more
- $30 for $60 worth of Pan-Asian food for lunch or Sunday brunch for four or more
The lunch menu includes veggie spring rolls with sweet chili sauce ($4), spaghetti chorizo with spanish sausage ($12), and miso-glazed salmon ($12).
OM Restaurant & Lounge
Before diners even glance at OM’s menu, their eyes feast upon a banquet of Asian art. Colorful Thangka paintings and Buddhist statues handcrafted by more than 50 Nepalese, Tibetan, and Thai artists color the space, and intricate Newar carvings frame the walls and doorways. Upon sitting at one of the bare, rectangular tables, patrons exchange pleasantries with their chairs and read through a menu reflective of the art that surrounds them. For instance, small plates of spicy edamame and veggie spring rolls join full entrees of shrimp pad thai or salmon wrapped in tempura nori. An intricate drink list includes the mandarin kaze (orange vodka spiked with sichuan peppercorn) and the Bangkok julep (a blend of bourbon, elderflower, and mint).
Beneath the dining room, a downstairs lounge hosts a diverse lineup of events. Salsa lessons make use of the dance floor, and vinyl parties enable attendees to trade, sell, or just play their records. DJs take over the turntables on Saturday nights, and a cover band re-creates classic R & B tunes every Tuesday.