Europeans invented fine dining in order to prevent the peasants from eating with their hands and then throwing their leftovers at the landed gentry. Fork your feast with today's Groupon: for $30, you get a prix fixe dinner for two people at Seven Gables in Conyers (up to a $62.75 value). The two-course meal includes the following:
- One appetizer (up to a $6.95 value)
- Two entrees (up to a $21.95 value each)
- Two glasses of house wine (a $5.95 value each)
Chef Alain Bouzouba, founder, owner, and sustenance sculptor of Seven Gables, molds edible representations of the continent, presenting them to patrons in a warm, Swiss-chalet-like interior. Between window glimpses of wildlife on the 2.25-acre estate, dining duos can peruse a menu of fine French, Moroccan, and Mediterranean flavors, opening with handmade italian sausage—accompanied by fire-roasted peppers, onions, and pomodoro—and fresh pockets of ravioli riviera, whose crab-meat-stuffed mouths make it impossible for them to tell tasteless jokes. The restaurant's roasted lack of lamb romarin wears an elegant gown of garlic and garden rosemary to the dinner table, and the 8- to 9-ounce filet mignon proves that decadence isn't only for ring fingers by arriving chargrilled and drowned in a yolky béarnaise sauce, just like most ring fingers.
All breads, pastas, dressings, and soups are made in-house daily, designed to aptly accompany glasses of house wines culled from Copper Ridge. Demand a sip of a date's golden chardonnay after winning an under-the-table thumb war, or gargle with a crimson glass of merlot or cabernet sauvignon to warm up your uvula before a night of quoting The Nanny.
1897 Hwy. 20 SE
Conyers, Georgia 30013