Eating international fare locally eliminates the woes associated with trans-Atlantic travel, such as jet lag and oar splinters. Stamp your palate’s passport with today’s Groupon to Skarr. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get $40 worth of Lebanese cuisine and drinks.
- For $35, you get $80 worth of Lebanese cuisine and drinks for four people.<p>
Skarr’s culinary artisans roll Mediterranean flavors into an array of grilled wraps, pour reds and whites from a generous wine list, and stimulate the senses with nine flavors of hookah to complete an authentic Lebanese menu. Yellow walls dotted with silver fleurs-de-lis overlook patrons starting their evenings with stuffed grape leaves ($8) or lebanese beef-and-lamb sausage sautéed in olive oil and lemon juice ($9). A falafel wrap’s ($8) organic spices meld with tahini to delight taste buds, and the kabbeh balls’ ($15) ground beef, cracked wheat, and pine nuts pair with hummus, baba gannouj or labne to teach growling stomachs how to use their indoor voices. Glasses bearing specialty cocktails ($8+) or red and white wines ($7+/glass, $26+/bottle) clink amid the black tables in the dining room and on the sidewalk. Patrons may inhale the vaporous clouds of hookah flavors ranging from guava to mint more easily than sipping cumulous clouds from the open window of an airplane.
Skarr introduces visitors to an exotic culture and tradition with its Lebanese-style menu and Middle Eastern-inspired ambiance. Tangerine-colored walls create a fitting aura amid hookah puffs, which fill the air with fruity traces including bananas foster and raspberry lemonade. Similarly, the cocktails menu features an assortment of sweet elixirs, such as the Godiva Seduction—a blend of Godiva white chocolate liqueur, vanilla vodka, and crème de cacao served in a chocolate-lined glass.