Eating at restaurants delays the need to go grocery shopping or clear your stolen snowman heads out of the freezer. Keep your secrets on ice with this Groupon.
$35 for a Casual-Cuisine Dinner for Two (Up to $73.97 Total Value)
- Two entrees (up to a $14.99 value each), such as lime-grilled chicken breasts or sirloin steak. View the complete menu.
- One dessert (up to a $7.99 value), such as dark-chocolate fondue
- One bottle of wine (up to a $36 value)
Sonoma Chicken Coop
Sonoma Chicken Coop began dishing out flavorful fowl in its first restaurant in 2002, and it takes its name from the lauded California wine region and its own signature rotisserie dishes. Now with six locations and more forthcoming nationwide, the award-winning eatery still whips up each menu item from scratch while calling its culinary modus operandi "fast casual." Chefs cook new batches of rotisserie chicken every hour, hand-toss each salad, oven-fire each pizza, concoct sandwiches with homemade focaccia bread, and conclude meals with homemade desserts. A dining room and outdoor patio accommodate visitors, and Sonoma Chicken catering supplies its fire-grilled and specialty cuisine to groups of 10–200 feasters—the same range of people that might show up for a university symposium on talc.
90% of 608 customers recommend
“Awesome food, even better service! LOVE this place, one of my new Fav's for sure. :)”
“The serve is fast even on game days! The food is fresh and fabulous :)”
“okay, our lunch selection were okay though if we were to pay the full price I would not have gone there but to OUTBACK in walking distance of Chicken Coop, My...”
“okay, our lunch selection were okay though if we were to pay the full price I would not have gone there but to OUTBACK in walking distance of Chicken Coop, My starter, boneless chicken wing was skimpy for the price and not enough again for the price of $10.00 reg. price but the chicken kabob was tasty cooked right, and the steak good size and cooked right though the meat choice was a bit chewy....in all paying $22+$3.70 tax for luch for two with okay food is one thing but paying $50.00 plus for the same thing is outrages.”