They say eating at a good restaurant can make you feel like a king, but historically kings always had to eat in their castles and probably alone. Feel better than royalty with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$34 for a four-course family-style meal for two (a $68 value)
$60 for a four-course family-style meal for four (a $136 value)<p>
Each pair chooses the following from the family-style menu:
- Two items from the prima portata section, such as crab cakes and calamari
- Two pasta dishes from the secondo corso or primi section, such as semolina gnocchi in white-wine sauce or potato- and parmigiano-filled tortelloni
- One shared entree from the terzo corso section, such as the white-wine-braised pork shank or eggplant parmigiano
- Two desserts from the quarto corso or dolci sections, whose options change depending on the season<p>
Sage Urban American Grill
Led by executive chef Dylan Cunningham, the crew at Sage Urban American Grill works hard to shrink the eatery's carbon footprint by employing a number of green practices. First and foremost, they craft dishes using fresh ingredients from local harvests, including herbs plucked from the organic garden on the restaurant's outdoor dining patio. Second, the staff ensures all kitchen waste gets reused when possible, by composting food scraps, recycling recyclables, and setting aside fry oil for biofuel.
80% of 100 customers recommend
“Cannot recall specifically what we ordered, but the food was wonderful. Especially enjoyed the appetizers.”
“Keep up the good work!”
“I think your restaurant has many options to entertain, business lunches-close to AB and soulard and downtown, friends gathering, and upstairs I loved the bridal...”
“I think your restaurant has many options to entertain, business lunches-close to AB and soulard and downtown, friends gathering, and upstairs I loved the bridal shower I attended there, and the patio options for better weather, I think the ambiance and look and comfortable style is one of my favorites in St. Louis now!! thanks for a great time! Lori”