Dining out is a great way to give your oven a well-deserved night off after embarrassing it by making it stare at all those naked chickens. Get out of the kitchen with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for $40 worth of American cuisine at dinner
- $7 for $15 worth of American cuisine at lunch
Purgatory's dinner menu presents new American dishes such as dijon-brushed wild salmon ($20.95), pan-seared halibut ($22.95), and pork loin served with mango chutney ($17.95). At lunch, diners can enjoy a smoked ham and feta sandwich ($8) or a bacon-avocado wrap ($7). While alcoholic beverages are not included with this Groupon, Purgatory will receive its license to serve beer, wine, and cocktails to guests on Sept. 21.
Purgatory Restaurant & Lounge
Purgatory Restaurant & Lounge combines complex new American cuisine with a personality that’s split between angelic restaurant and diabolical nightclub. Before opening its doors, the restaurant was profiled in the Sacramento Press, which covered its distinctive concept: visitors enter through the front patio and coffee bar, called Eden, before heading up to Heaven for their food or down to Heaven’s opposite for late-night dancing. The restaurant serves a deliberately succinct menu that catalogs dishes ranging from mustard-brushed wild salmon to a NY strip steak in a red-wine demi-glace served with garlic-stuffed dates. The seared pork loin displays an Indian influence with a curried beurre blanc and a garnish of mango chutney. Sacramento Press contributor Melissa Corker also elaborated on Purgatory’s decor, which runs from powder-blue walls and diffused white light upstairs to reds, grays, and a bar downstairs that’s topped with granite, which means it probably came from either a granite quarry or a countertop quarry.
21% of 14 customers recommend
“They say they're under new ownership and they didn't accept coupons; however they should either send out a mass email cancelling the deal or honor the deal with no...”
“They say they're under new ownership and they didn't accept coupons; however they should either send out a mass email cancelling the deal or honor the deal with no problem.”