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Reviewed March 3, 2013
Reviewed June 4, 2012
Reviewed June 4, 2012
What You'll Get
Without fine restaurants, the only way for chefs to express their culinary creativity would be by spray-painting brick walls with complicated recipes. Save at-risk chefs from delinquency with today’s Groupon: for $27, you get a wine-flight experience at Rittergut Wine Bar Restaurant & Social Club (up to a $54 value). The experience includes:
- Two flights of three wines (up to a $15.50 value each)
- An assorted cheese-and-charcuterie plate (a $23 value)<p>
Rittergut Wine Bar Restaurant & Social Club gilds glasses with a colorful assortment of international wines alongside a slate of classic American and European dishes infused with fresh, sustainable ingredients and a variety of flavor profiles. Wine flights assemble varietals to create matching trios of red, white, or sparkling styles born of exotic European vines. Meanwhile, the cheese-and-charcuterie plate mingles six types of cured meat and dairy, mingling selections such as fermin jamón serrano, wild boar salame, and cantimpalo chorizo to center palates better than a picnic on the equator.
Exposed-brick walls and large purple columns lend elegance to Rittergut’s interior. Warm lighting shines upon leather- and fabric-bound chairs, bounces off sleek floors, and lends happy colors to mood rings.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 30, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Rittergut Wine Bar Restaurant & Social Club
Rittergut Wine Bar Restaurant & Social Club crafts the perfect wine, seafood, and steak experience, with seating that overlooks the Chicago River. The tasting bar and private wine rooms set the stage for uninterrupted swilling, while dining rooms bathed in amber light host seasoned with Moroccan spices. Arched ceilings draw the eye downward to exposed brick walls and hardwood floors indoors, and a riverside patio with dark wicker booths and wooden tables perch patrons over ebbing crests and bottled messages that implore you to try the salmon.