Dining etiquette calls for you to keep your elbows off the table, place a napkin on your lap, and make unflinching eye contact with the chef throughout the meal. Set your sights on dinner with this Groupon.
$30 for a Farm-to-Table Dinner for Two (Up to $59.26 Value)
- One appetizer (up to a $8.99 value)
- Two entrees (up to a $14.49 value each)
- One dessert (up to a $5.29 value)
- Two cocktail, beers, or wines (up to a $8 value each)
Dinner options include seared tofu flavored with Korean BBQ rub ($6.99), bacon-wrapped dates & pimiento cheese deviled eggs ($8.29), corn fritters ($7.99), sandwiches like salmon blt ($9.99), Cuban chicken wrap ($8.99) or grass-fed burger (from $7.00) to entrees like lightly blackened trout with chorizo cornbread stuffing and tomato-herb hollandaise ($13.29) or owner Frank’s rosemary fried chicken ($12.99).
It’s fitting that Radial Café, which is featured as a Best of Groupon for the third year in a row, is housed inside a reclaimed turn-of-the century dairy plant: the restaurant has been whipping up farm-to-table, sustainably-sourced meals since 1999. Under the guidance of owner and chef Frank Bragg, gourmet and frequently vegan-friendly and gluten-free dishes are made from local and sustainable ingredients. Walnut-lentil, jerk turkey, Brasstown beef, and black bean patties lay the foundation for build-your-own burgers that can be customized with toppings such as sunflower sprouts and pepper jack cheese. Breakfast specialties range from vegan hashes of marinated tofu and vegetables, to biscuits and rosemary gravy, a dish that earned praise from 10Best. Kids who can't overcome their suspicions about broccoli can order quesadillas, pancakes, and more from a menu lauded by Atlanta Parent.
Radial is critically-acclaimed and highly reviewed for its dedication to the local and sustainable efforts that extend beyond the kitchen. Bartenders craft organic cocktails and pour local beers and organic, biodynamic wines. And every month, the restaurant displays the work of local artists on their dining room's walls, rather than using them as untouchable placemats. Even the building itself maintains a small carbon footprint with strict recycling and composting practices.