The monopoly tycoons of the 19th century traditionally did their wheeling and dealing at fine dining establishments, cleverly concealing the fact that they still lived with their parents. Dine in similarly opulent fashion with today's Groupon to Sage, A Restaurant on Maclay Blvd. Diners can choose between the following dining options:
- For $25, you get $50 worth fare and drinks (or $55 worth if redeemed on a Thursday night) from the dinner menu.
- For $10, you get $20 worth of fare and drinks from the lunch menu.
The foreman of Sage's culinary construction crew is owner/executive chef Terry White, who builds the blueprint to fine international dining with an eclectic, seasonal menu comprised of locally sourced produce and fresh seafood. Like the skin color of the North Pacific Giant Octopus or the time signature of a prog-rock song, Sage's delicacies are ever-changing, but recent diners have tingled their taste buds with pan-roasted Atlantic salmon ($12) served with fingerling potatoes, caramelized fennel, and shiitake mushrooms. The pork tenderloin ($22) dinner entrée hushes belly bellows with a sweet lullaby of hickory-smoked pig harmonizing with tasso-caramelized-onion bread pudding, creamed spinach, apple-cider sauce, and green-apple chutney. Every dish can be matchmade with its sippable soulmate off the wine list, and Sage's artful artwork, checkerboard floors, and vermilion walls keep the atmosphere ripe for first dates and flirtatious arm-wrestling. you get $20 worth of fare and drinks from the lunch menu.
- Everything I have ever had to eat here , from lunch, brunch to dinner has not disappointed me. Cheerful and prompt service. – judidunn, TripAdvisor
- Terry is an excellent chef with a passion for food. Whether it is lunch or dinner the food is fantastic and a great wine list to accompany it. – William Bertoncin, Urbanspoon