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What You'll Get
According to Maslow's hierarchy of needs, humans cannot attain self-actualization without first tending to such basic physiological needs as water, sleep, and brisket. Achieve overall fulfillment with today's Groupon to Sly Horse Tavern in Crofton. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get any two entrees on the menu (up to a $55 value).
- For $20, you get $40 worth of modern American cuisine and drinks.
Sly Horse Tavern enlivens traditional American tastes with twists of cosmopolitan cuisine in an interior modeled after a colonial tavern. The menu rouses palates with fresh seafood dishes such as the famous Sly Horse cream-of-crab soup ($7.95). Taste buds can cross the Atlantic on a pilgrimage to the Austrian wienerschnitzel with braised red cabbage ($23.50), or simply wave to it from the airplane on their way to the Bavarian jaegerschnitzel drizzled in hunter sauce ($19.75). An extensive list of wines complements the plethora of entree flavorings.
Sly Horse Tavern swathes its luxurious confines in patterned wallpaper, oriental rugs, and red table linens, taking visual cues from the 18th-century Raleigh Tavern in colonial Williamsburg. An outdoor dining patio affords guests front-row seats to the sun and moon's nightly boxing bouts.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 27, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for menu. Must purchase 1 food item. Not valid for crab cakes. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Sly Horse Tavern
Proprietor Don Dey Ermand has been running Sly Horse Tavern for nearly 30 years, but the restaurant looks much, much older. That's because it was modeled after the 18th-Century elegance of the Raleigh Tavern in colonial Williamsburg. A fireplace spills warmth out into the room, where it is easy to imagine early American colonists warming their hands or whittling the extra corners off their hats. The flickering light wends across oriental rugs and merlot-red tablecloths. Atop them, waiters slide plates of cuisine that fuse modern American and European culinary traditions. Chefs stir steaming pots of cherry and bourbon sauce and craft lobster crème, destined to crown cuts of salmon, ostrich, and Chesapeake Bay crab cakes. Sparkling, white, and red wines pair with dishes such as stuffed trout, which the Washington Times said was “generous in size, exceptionally flaky and sweet, and was complemented with just the right portion of rich crab imperial.”