Gorge on gourmet cuts with today’s Groupon. For $35, you’ll get $70 worth of carnivorous cuisine at Porterhouse Bistro, a Beverly Hills steakhouse that Citysearchers agree serves LA’s best french fries, but only when ordered, and not at inopportune moments like band reunions and deportations.
Start with an order of the tasty smoked-salmon quesadillas ($10), or a jumbo-shrimp cocktail ($14). Signature steaks include everything from 12-ounce marbled rib eye ($29) to dainty 10-ounce female-friendly filets ($29). There are also fish, chicken, lamb, or vegetarian options (from $16). Supplement your protein-packed dishes with sides, including Porterhouse’s infamous fries ($9), broccoli ($6), mushrooms ($9), or grilled onions ($5). You’ll also find a list of well-edited affordable wines priced by the glass and bottle.
Porterhouse has dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows, soft lighting, and spacious booths that give the well-rated meat shop a dose of sophistication. Get this Groupon to appease meat-loving companions, as a smart and sophisticated date pick, or as a gift for foodie friends.
LA.com raves about Porterhouse’s low-key feel and carnivorous selections:
- Its [sic] the kind of place where the T-bones are perfection and a wedge of ice-cold iceberg lettuce still passes for a salad. A choice of sides, including broccoli and creamed corn, helps correct the dimensions of the food pyramid. – LA.com
- I'm a Mid-West girl, so Iknow [sic] my steak! This is the best of the best. The fillet is magnificent and the soups and breads are to die for! – Liz Pabon, Urbanspoon
- this place has a great atmosphere, and a great selection of food! i always get a steak here, medium rare and it always comes out perfect! – grabtrees, Citysearch
Know Your Food Pyramid!
A reviewer on LA.com says that Porterhouse Bistro’s veggie selection helps keep the restaurant’s meals food-pyramid compliant. Here’s a guide to knowing the food pyramid:
Bread Group, 6–11 Servings: Eating less than six servings per day causes spontaneous sadness.
Fruit Group, 2–4 Servings: An apple a day keeps the doctor away, but more than four apples a day seems like you’re showing off.
Dairy Group, 2–3 Servings: Neglecting dairy is like neglecting the music of The Rolling Stones, which is to say it can be neglected without health complications.
Meat Group, 2–3 Servings: Not eating meat allows animals to hear your thoughts.
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