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What You'll Get
Benjamin Franklin theorized that taking in a good view while eating aided in digestion and granted you the ability to squeeze milk out of coal. Prove him half-right with this voucher.
$15 for $30 Worth of American Cuisine
The menu includes a dungeness-crab sandwich with celery-seed aioli on toasted brioche ($15), a pizza with prosciutto, mascarpone, and aged balsamic vinegar ($15), and fried chicken with watercress slaw and macaroni au gratin ($16).<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 60 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Not valid on New Years Eve, New Years Day, or Valentines Day. Not Valid for the happy hour specials or the purchase of alcohol. Valid only Monday-Friday. Not valid for taco Tuesday. Not valid for gift shop, retail, or to-go purchases or bottled beer. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Park Chalet Garden Restaurant
Housed within the heart of Golden Gate Park, Park Chalet Garden Restaurant manages to simultaneously embrace its natural surroundings and its contemporary, urban setting. Glass walls and ceilings completely surround the diners, affording them pastoral views of Queen Wilhelmina's windmill and the dutch-tulip garden without sacrificing the comfort of an indoor environment. During warm, sunny days, natural light floods the space and the retractable glass doors slide open to admit warm breezes. The dining room's pendant lamps and immense stone fireplace become invaluable at night, keeping the restaurant brightly lit and the temperatures toasty throughout the evening.
To complement this elegantly cozy ambiance, Executive Chef Matthew Urban and his team devised a menu of familiar comfort foods with subtly refined touches. Smoked paprika oil adds an unfamiliar yet welcome burst of savory flavor to the fried chicken, and cornmeal-crusted trout arrives at tables with an aromatic saffron aioli. Occasionally, the chefs look for inspiration in other cuisines and fuse those flavors with Californian ingredients. Crushed avocados add to the ahi tuna tartare's richness, but the dish's ginger-sesame vinaigrette balances those flavors with a hint of zesty spice.
However, the chefs aren't the only culinary talent at Park Chalet Garden Restaurant. The staff also brews a variety of beers in-house, crafting everything from smoky, German-style märzens to refreshingly hoppy IPAs. As diners enjoy one of these brews with their meal, they can take in the views and applaud the local bands and extraterrestrial magicians that perform every Tuesday evening.