Unlike cinematic love scenes, food can be enjoyed in the company of parents without embarrassment. Dodge future moments of uneasiness with today's Groupon: for $30, you get $60 worth of seasonally inspired cuisine and drinks at Revolver in downtown Findlay.
Featured in Bon Appétit magazine, Revolver dishes up an ever-orbiting menu of local and organic fare concocted from seasonal ingredients and complimented by an eclectic wine list and craft beers. Whet your palate with a glass of Jezabel pinot noir ($12) or a bottle of Bell's Brewery double cream stout ($6) while you peruse the pithy selection of simple yet elegant delicacies. Expeditions into gastronomic ecstasy launch with an order of cinnamon-spiced duck meatballs with tempura squash and goat cheese ($8), or an adventurous platter of pickled cow's tongue, culled from the most articulate cattle and served with roasted beets and a soft-boiled farm egg ($6). Entrees unfold before eager eyes in flavorful presentations such as the pekin duck breast, which lounges luxuriously on pillowy brussel sprouts under a drizzle of cherry-bacon vinaigrette ($19). Or, hook a plate of Lake Erie walleye, synchronized swimming with roasted cauliflower in farm egg vinaigrette ($17).
With natural light streaming through 1950s hand-blown Blenko glass decanters to fall delicately on avocado, orange, and robin's egg blue mosaic tiles, Revolver's décor gleans inspiration from the Eames era and Danish modern interior design. Each week, the music-minded eatery showcases artists such as Nina Simone and John Coltrane, exclusively playing the featured musician's finest tunes. During balmy months, sip an organic soda al fresco on Revolver's patio and bathe your ears in live music or the melodious sound of your own slurping.