Being wined and dined is often a precursor to big requests, such as Can you finish this jug of wine for me? or Would you sign my petition to install a municipal wine fountain? Compromise just the right amount of judgment with this Groupon.
$30 for $50 Worth of Bistro Food and Drinks
Forty-five different wine selections accentuate the flavors of starter-size plates of duck-and-shiitake spring rolls ($9), snack plates of marcona almonds with rosemary and sea salt ($6), and entrees such as the 8-ounce Mishima Ranch Waygu-style sirloin, topped with blue cheese and paired with yukon potatoes and french beans ($27). View the full menu.
Smash Wine Bar & Bistro
Years before opening Smash Wine Bar & Bistro, Dana Hannon worked behind the scenes, piecing together a vision of perfect portions and wine pairings. In the country-style bistro, Dana's vision now unfurls atop each intimate table and booth. More than 45 different wine selections keep glasses brimming with flavors from grape-bearing countries ranging from France and Italy to Argentina and Narnia. Smash arranges them into 10 different wine flights that play nicely with cheese flights, which feature artisan breads, local honey, and fresh fruits alongside names like "Big Blues," "The Sheep Stands," "Grab Your Goat," and "French Connection." The menu also features several well-portioned specialties such as yukon gold tots with lemon-chive crème fraiche, fig flatbread with Oregon blue cheese, and duck-and-shiitake spring rolls.
81% of 751 customers recommend
“Great hang out for drinks with small, but great food. Amazing bartenders with interesting recipes.”
“Smash is a well run and the food served is tasteful with a touch panche. The Mac and cheese is to die for. The prime beef stroganoff was great. The chicken tortellini...”
“Smash is a well run and the food served is tasteful with a touch panche. The Mac and cheese is to die for. The prime beef stroganoff was great. The chicken tortellini with hazelnut another favorite. Nice selection of wine also.”