If you try something new, you might really enjoy it, even if it’s filling balloons with Hot Wheels and throwing them off a bridge to see if they’ll float. Try some international fare with today’s Groupon to Sonoma Grill in Holbrook. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get $55 worth of American fusion fare for two.
- For $49, you get a dinner experience for four (a $121.95 total value) that includes:
- $100 worth of American fusion fare for four
- One bottle of house wine (a $21.95 value)<p>
Sonoma Grill’s chefs adroitly craft an extensive menu inspired by American West Coast, Cajun, and Mediterranean cuisines, with plates ranging from comfort fare to more adventurous edibles. Ravioli vessels carry precious cargo of lobster and ricotta cheese through a perfect storm of creamy vodka sauce and sun-dried tomatoes ($18.95), and rigatoni rustica features imported pasta and its edible passport tossed with steak and portobello mushrooms in marinara sauce ($17.95). For handheld eating, ensnare the 10-ounce west coast burger topped with mounds of guacamole, swiss cheese, bacon, and caramelized onions ($11.95). Chefs keep shrimp scampi warm with thick wraps of bacon in white-wine lemon sauce ($20.95), just as they blanket the bayou wrap’s grilled chicken, barbecue, fried onions, and melted monterey jack cheese in a freshly grilled wrap ($12.95). Sips of house wine in blends such chardonnay, pinot noir, and shiraz wash down mouthfuls, and strains of live music excite ears on Friday and Saturday nights, far superior to the nonlive music only played at robot-frequented restaurants.
Sonoma Grill's chefs strive to satisfy every palate by stuffing fresh, grilled veggies into homemade wraps, infusing traditional Italian-style pizzas with the smoky notes of a brick oven, and decorating hefty burgers with seven types of cheese. Sonoma's spacious, sunflower-decorated dining room maintains a family-friendly feel. A specialty kids' menu lets little ones find flavors complementary to their juice box's complex berry notes, and fully grown diners can sidle up to the 35-foot full-service bar for international wines and 10 types of specialty martinis. Sports flicker across the five plasma-screen TVs that frame the bar area, and on Friday and Saturday nights, auditory centers get an earful as live music pulsates throughout the restaurant.
5745 Sunrise Hwy.
Holbrook, New York 11741