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What You'll Get
The sense of hearing is the only sense that can't participate in a delicious dinner—which is why eardrums often fill with tears at fancy restaurants. Give your neglected sense a feast of its own with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $20 worth of fine dining and two concert tickets to any upcoming show at SKYE in Peoria. This Groupon is valid for any show, so the value of your two tickets can be up to $120 for two VIP seats. (You can also get special-event VIP tickets—which are included in this Groupon—but they are on a first-come, first-serve basis; call ahead to reserve.)
No matter which of the decadent dishes you order from chef Scott Tompkins's extensive menu—be it pecan chicken with red potatoes and Jack Daniels apple butter or the St. Louis pasta's savory blend of tenderloin and Italian sausage in garlic marinara—your table's proximity to the stage will salt and pepper it heavily with live music. Check out the schedule of upcoming acts, which include cover bands of popular groups (the Rolling Stones, the Beatles, Brooks and Dunn, and more) and the fourth season of talent-seeking missile Idol in the SKYE on Wednesdays. SKYE’s Platinum Room is one of the valley’s most intimate venues to see a show, making it easy for diners to concentrate on the show without losing sight of the flavor fireworks going off right in front of them.
Music and food have forged countless happy marriages over the years, from country music and deep-fried onions to Pavarotti's amazing ability to sing soaring arias while simultaneously devouring an enormous bowl of spaghetti. With plenty of live-entertainment options and a six-month window to redeem your Groupon, SKYE lets you handpick the ideal show to see with a friend, loved one, or court-ordered date.
OpenTable reviewers give SKYE an average of 4.3 stars out of five:
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 3, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.