What You'll Get
If a stomach's complaints are ignored for too long, it will take the body hostage by holding the liver at gunpoint until all its hunger demands are met. Give yourself leverage during negotiations with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $35 worth of gourmet dining and drinks at Park's Edge, a contemporary eatery located in the powerful, throbbing heart of Inman Park.
After visually experiencing Park's Edge's eclectic dinner menu, you'll get to facially experience its singular flavors with an appetizer of glazed spare ribs slathered in a molasses-soy glaze and house-made Mexican slaw ($10), or roasted PEI mussels frolicking in a spicy coconut broth with pico de gallo and grilled french bread ($8). The flavorful roasted-beet-and-goat-cheese salad with caramelized walnuts and cilantro vinaigrette ($8) lets you eat light without compromising the structural integrity of your taste buds. The more grizzly-gutted can dive mouth-first into an entree of seared sea bass with truffled Yukon mashed potatoes and asparagus-chipotle cream sauce ($22) before chasing it with a side of crimini mushroom risotto ($4). Come the weekend, sleep-in enthusiasts can laze away Sunday with the help of Park's Edge's deliciously diverse brunch menu while periodically hoisting a bottomless Bellini or mimosa ($10).
Nestled among the features of the Atlanta skyline, the shadows of Inman Park, and the warm rays of the exploding sun, Park's Edge is a delightful oasis of exotic cuisine, sultry music, and wet drinks. Handsome floors and furniture cozy up the restaurant's clean lines, and pops of orange napkins stand out against the walls. Chef Jorge Pacheco's Latin influences and owner Richard N. Wadlington's jazz-loving background give the restaurant a culinary punch and stylish West Coast flair. Bask in a contemporary elegance that makes everything you do seem dashing and debonair—even lecturing dates on obscure Spider-Man trivia—with today's Groupon to Park's Edge.
Park's Edge is closed on Mondays.
- It’s the New Orleans shrimp and grits that were beyond delicious. – LaShaun Williams, MadameNoir.com
- Pacheco’s signature sesame crusted salmon is nicely cooked, combining a crispy crust and moist, pink flesh. And a green curry beurre blanc makes a tasty accompaniment. But a strawberry red onion ragu, layered between the salmon and a scoop of sticky rice, is a rather jarring, pickled-sweet contrast. – Bob Townsend, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
More than 240 OpenTable reviewers give it a 4.1-star average:
- Excellent presentation and plentiful portions for a reasonable price. Service was very attentive and courteous. Our party oredered two seafood dishes and salads. Food came out promptly and was very fresh. OpenTable reviewer who dined on August 15, 2010
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 29, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Not valid February 11–14. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.