What You'll Get
$49 for a Mediterranean lunch or dinner for two (up to $94 total value)
- One Stix platter for two (up to $46 value)
- One salad (up to $13 value)
- One order of Stixballs (up to $9 value)
- Two glasses of wine (up to $26 value)
- Click to see the menus.
One Groupon, One Meal
This deal is part of our One Groupon, One Meal collection for New York. For every Groupon purchased from these special deals, Groupon will donate the cost of one meal to City Harvest, an organization dedicated to fighting food insecurity in and around New York. Click here to learn more.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required on weekends. Dine-in only. Extra fee for lamb, tuna, or steak platters. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Despite the name, it's possible to find at least a couple of things on the menu that don't come skewered at Stix. No, not the blueberry pancakes, nor even the farmers' salad, which boasts luminous slices of impaled fig. Citing the drinks—wine, cocktails, and, in the early hours, coffee—might seem like a copout, but in fact they're integral to the space's flexible concept. Owner Stathis Antonakopoulos designed Stix to evolve throughout the day from a caffeine depot to a quick-serve lunch joint to a spot for leisurely dinners, and his commitment to all these phases shows up in details such as the elegant espresso art.
The head barista's been known to travel all the way to Ecuador and El Salvador to source his beans, but most of the ingredients have a far shorter commute. While grilled meat on a stick doesn't necessarily convey a researched pedigree, "I wanted to reinvent it; to make it as healthy as possible," owner Stathis Antonakopoulos told the Wall Street Journal. Accordingly, he works with local farms—many of them organic—to stock Stix's larders with lamb, free-range chicken, and seasonal veggies. Such care continues in the kitchen: the bread is fresh-baked and the fries are hand-cut in house before being topped with feta, dunked into Greek yogurt, or used as a hilarious replacement for a straw.