To function properly, the human body requires a steady stream of nutrients, sunlight, and compliments from other species about its opposable thumbs. Use your opposable graspers to provide your body with nutrients with today’s Groupon for upscale American fare at Plae Bistro. Choose between two options:
- $20 for $40 worth of dinner
- $6 for $12 worth of lunch
Inspired by eateries on the coasts, Plae Bistro dishes out creative, health-conscious American fare in an elegant yet zippy atmosphere. Nothing on the lunch and dinner menus is breaded, deep-fried, or made entirely out of butter, and dishes are made with locally sourced and organic produce whenever possible. Inaugurate your meal with Plae Bistro’s signature spinach and artichoke dip, a creamy baked delight that’s served in a bread bowl and accompanied by toasted pita slices and fresh veggies ($9.99). Amply appetited eaters can move on to hunt larger gastro-game, including gourmet pizzas, sauce-doused noodles, and eclectic entrees such as fish tacos with grilled grouper ($16.99) and apple-brie-stuffed chicken breast ($16.99). Plae Bistro’s fresh-loving chefs also assemble a plethora of sandwiches; the selection of new lunch sandwiches includes a Philly cheesesteak hoagie ($9.99), Mediterranean veggie panini ($9.99), and several wraps ($8.99 each).
Plae Bistro’s food is meant to leave you feeling spry and limber rather than aslumber in a pool of caramel, and its atmosphere is equally stimulating. High ceilings leave plenty of space for indoor top-hat wearing, and clean lines and sunset-colored walls invite the eyes to rest rather than straying to fellow diners’ flashy wristwatches.
- For drinks, choose from a wide selection of wines and beers, and specialty drinks like the Milky Way latte made of espresso, chocolate, caramel and vanilla with whipped cream, caramel and a chocolate swirl. – Gayot
- I LOVED all of the specials (drinks and food). On top of the menu, there were so many options and choices to cater to any type of eater. If you can't find something to eat here, you should go home and probably are never happy anyway. – Dougie M. McD, Urbanspoon