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What You'll Get
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Accomplish your New Year's resolution to romantically gift your significant gal a sparkling cobb from the cobb salad. For $30, today's Groupon gets you $65 worth of American cuisine, fine wine, and specialty drinks at Spill the Wine in the theater district. It's the perfect romantic culinary getaway after you and your significant other aren't cast for the upcoming season of The Amazing Race.
Educate your tongue-palate with Spill the Wine's amazing selection of red and white nectar. Choose from more than 30 wines by the glass, with provenance in wine hotspots across the globe, from Argentina to Italy to New Zealand. Try a glass of Avalon Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa Valley for $9 or share a bottle of South African Robertson Shiraz for $26. Most glasses cost $6 to $11 and bottles start at $24. Affordable wine flights are available and rotate by season. Spill the Wine also offers a selection of Champagne, organic, and dessert wines, as well as martinis and cocktails.
Ready your eating-chamber for American cuisine with continental accents. Lunch options are of the café or bistro variety and include such flavorful salads as the Cobb ($8 half or $15 full portion) and sandwiches, including the turkey and oat burger ($9), fresh fish ($9), and the grilled tuscan chicken ($10). For dinner, try the mouth-watering braised lamb shank Colorado ($24) or lighter fare, such as the poached pear salad ($14) or the crispy crab cakes ($10). You can also approach the pasta bar ($11) with reckless abandon and pick your favorite noodles, sauce, and toppings, such as bacon, capers, and andouille sausage.
Calling a remodeled 1883 theater district building home, Spill the Wine offers a casual-elegant atmosphere with exposed brick to keep out the wind, hardwood to massage your feet, floor-to-ceiling windows to capture your eyes, and spacious, loft-like seating. Spill the Wine’s location makes it a great post-curtain dinner destination, as well as a tasty lunch spot any day. Nearby you’ll find Guthrie Theater, the venerable Theater in the Round.
- Spill the Wine WAS AMAZING! Our server was kind and helpful. The appetizers, salads and entrees were all appetizing…We tried some of their wine flights, which was a lot of fun! – koory, Citysearch
- Great time in the lounge. Awesome food, super attentive service. – tghen, Citysearch
- The food was very well prepared…The service felt personalized, even though we were just another couple in the restaurant. – OpenTable.com who dined on 12/18/2009
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 31, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per table. Not valid at wine boutique. Not valid with other offers, but valid during happy hour. Tax and gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Spill the Wine
Inside its rustic Uptown dining room, Spill the Wine invites diners to pair local wines with tapas-style servings of new American cuisine. The menus—which readily accommodate vegan and gluten-free diets—rotate seasonally as the chefs scour local, sustainable farms for new ingredients. Shareable plates of wild-caught salmon with elote salad or house-made spaghetti with quinoa meatballs reflect the chefs' eclectic influences.
With more than 100 wines—including more than 30 by the glass—Spill the Wine provides plenty opportunities for pairing food and drink. The selection of Old and New World bottles is designed to complement the current menus, with everything from crisp French sauvignon blancs to bold Columbia Valley syrahs occupying the extensive list.
A Glance Inside
Edison bulbs, walls with patchy brickwork and mismatched wooden slats, and a bar supported by empty wine barrels provide a rustic ambiance. At the same time, the dining area features some elements that lend a modern, industrial vibe, such as the exposed ductwork, concrete floors, and the furnace where the staff smelts every piece of used silverware after service.