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Choose from Three Options
$20 for $40 worth of Russian food from the menu
$249 for a Russian feast for 10 (a $572.56 value)
$498 for a Russian feast for 20 (a $1,145.12 value)<p>
The Russian feast includes the following:
- Assorted pickles
- Red Captain salad
- Russian salad
- Bulgarian salad
- One rack of lamb or filet mignon per person
- One 4-ounce lobster tail per person
- One dessert per person<p>
Ten-person feasts will feature three orders of each pickle, salad, eggplant, salami, and seafood dish; 20-person feasts will double that amount.<p>
Restaurant Europa acquaints its diners with the hearty, core-warming dishes of Europe via single servings or family-style platters before inviting guests to dance at the in-house ceviche bar, which stays open after hours. Escorted by servers who float between recessed, private booths and centrally situated tables, plates piled with sour-cream-crowned latkes, classic Russian-style schnitzel, and sautéed foie gras fill the dining room with international aromas. The option to dine family-style allows groups to sup on eight assorted appetizers and a choice of four entrees as they discuss their clan's sacred ancestral hairdo. After dinner, patrons can relax at the bar or steal away to the Siberian vodka room, where they can sip the traditional spirit from a glass made of ice.
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