Eating at restaurants delays the need to go grocery shopping or clear your stolen snowman heads out of the freezer. Keep your secrets on ice with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for $50 worth of new-world cuisine for dinner for two
- $49 for $100 worth of new-world cuisine for dinner for four<p>
The dinner menu’s crab-cake martinis ($12) precede meals of seared jumbo scallops with pistachio butter ($23), grilled-veggie lasagna ($15), and seared chicken breast with a tomato-basil salad ($16.50).<p>
Every day, chef and owner Ray Moscardelli—a graduate of the Johnson & Wales Culinary Institute—ventures out to hand pick fresh cuts of meat and seafood to sizzle and sear for The Pistachio Grille’s New-World cuisine. Vintage-style posters adorn the vermillion walls in the intimate dining room, where servers welcome diners with attentive service, and crisp white tablecloths put guests at ease with enthusiastic handshakes. Omelets and just-woken pancakes fill breakfasting bellies with morning classics. Lunch and dinner menus satisfy with piquant pastas, such as the grilled veggie lasagna or the rigatoni with broccoli, which veils a colorful mélange of jumbo-lump crabmeat and sun-dried tomatoes dapperly dressed in a white-wine-and-curry cream sauce. Guests can also bring their own bottles of wine, beer, and love potions to pair with the savory fare. Additionally, The Pistachio Grille’s on- and off-site catering pleases palates with items culled from the eatery’s menus or with custom dishes and hors d’oeuvres.
92% of 811 customers recommend
“Sunny, pleasant atmosphere. Friendly service. Good food, reasonably priced. Two of us shared a Mediterranean salad and a Mexican dish. Nicely served on two separate...”
“Sunny, pleasant atmosphere. Friendly service. Good food, reasonably priced. Two of us shared a Mediterranean salad and a Mexican dish. Nicely served on two separate plates for each of us.”
“Great place for date night! Small intimate BYOB and the food was FABULOUS!!!”
“Everything was well-prepared and service was great; all in all, a very pleasant find.”