The age-old dilemma of choosing between food and music is quashed with today's Groupon. For $25, you get $35 worth of food and drink and two VIP concert seats to any upcoming show at Skye Fine Dining & Live Entertainment. This Groupon is valid for any show, so the value of your two tickets can be up to $92 for two VIP seats. (You could also get a special-event VIP booth, which seats four—included in this Groupon—but is on a first-come, first-served basis; call ahead to reserve.)
You won’t need to salt or pepper your meal when it's being seasoned by live music at your table near the stage. Skye’s Platinum Room is one of the valley’s most intimate venues to see a show, excellent news for diners trying to concentrate on chef Scott Tompkins's cooking. Some of his favorites are the Chilean Sea Bass (with wasabi potato spring roll, baby bok choy, soya and orange ginger syrup $26), the St. Louis “The Hill” pasta (combining tenderloin and Italian sausage with garlic marinara and cream, $18), and the Wisconsin veal scaloppini (served with wild mushroom ricotta ravioli, $24).
Music and food have forged countless happy marriages over the years, from country music and deep-fried onions to Sting and pitas. Experience another happy matrimony first-hand through robust meals and some of the best touring tribute bands in the nation. Click here to see a calendar of upcoming shows that includes cover bands of popular groups (Fleetwood Mac, Eagles, Bruce Springsteen, and more) and jazz on Tuesdays. With plenty of live entertainment options and a six-month window to redeem your Groupon, you can handpick the ideal show to see with a friend, loved one, or court-ordered date.
OpenTable reviewers give Skye 4.3 stars out of five:
Tour Diary of a Tribute Band
Here’s an excerpt from the tour diary of Joe Latorres, singer and guitarist for cover band Tributepalooza:
August 15: The new van rocks! We’re all taking turns driving and those who aren’t driving are filling out graduate-school applications. I can’t wait to rock!
August 27: Another great show. Thank you, Portland! To pass the time before the show we all worked a shift at a local Subway. Tons of laughs and we made some solid money.
September 19: People continue to stop us to help solve local mysteries. Listen, people, just because we’re five adults who live in a van doesn’t mean we solve mysteries!
October 22: The show got canceled but we still partied. By partying, I mean we took out a Pennysaver ad looking to work some odd jobs. Boy did it work. We made enough money moving boxes to get to Philly.
November 6: The perfect end to a perfect tour: The van exploded and we served a little bit of jail time (rock ‘n’ roll!) for public vagrancy. Can’t wait ‘til next year.
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