Bistro dining has slowly but surely spread from France to the rest of the world, just like impressionist painting, black-and-white-striped shirts, and the refusal to stop smoking baguettes. Perform cultural exchange in your stomach with today's deal: for $20, you get $40 worth of bistro fare and drinks at Quince in Olmsted Falls.
With elegant dining options crafted for each season, Quince constantly awards culinary conquistadors with its latest fresh-made delights. Lunch offerings include fresh greens, sandwiches, and hearty soups that are tapped daily from Quince's private nursery of soup-bearing trees, such as made-from-scratch lobster chowder, which arrives with an entourage of shrimp ravioli and a shrimp cigar ($10). Crush sundown hunger beneath an unforgiving avalanche of entrees. Try a bowl of pasta with house-cured bacon and herb-crusted chicken in a stew of tomato, basil, spring beans, and gorgonzola sauce ($16) or the bacon-wrapped Angus-beef tenderloin with spring vegetables, gorgonzola-potato roll, and roasted-garlic, red-wine syrup ($24).