Breaking bread is a bonding experience, encouraging new friendships while testing the strength of communal sledgehammers. Swing into sustenance with today's Groupon to Sweet Pea’s Restaurant in Riverton. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get $40 worth of upscale fare during dinner.
- For $12, you get $25 worth of upscale fare during lunch.
The upscale American cuisine on the menu at Sweet Pea’s Restaurant pleases palates of all persuasions in an enchanting Victorian setting. Ignite afternoon or evening appetites with a sumptuous Goat in a Coat appetizer, whose pan-seared goat cheese flaunts a fetching shroud of pumpkin seeds, micro greens, and a pomegranate balsamic reduction ($8.95). During dinner hours, chefs festoon kaiser rolls with half pounds of sizzling grilled beef to forge a diverse sampling of succulent burgers ($8.75+). A moonlit Norwegian Night entree sprinkles pan-seared salmon in ginger-soy stardust ($22.50), and the Odd Couple’s inspired pairing of grilled shrimp and sausage charms jaded taste buds with jasmine rice, a thai red-chili sauce, and amusing one-liners ($22.95). For lunch, a hearty quartet of hand-held eats includes the open-faced avocado Slide sandwich, which melds avocado, veggie bacon, tomato, and monterey jack cheese ($8.95). Alternatively, salads mute stomach rumblings with mouthwatering meats, ranging from the Field & Stream's ($13.50) pan-seared salmon to the pistachio-crusted chicken in Lacey's Legacy ($11.95).
Wreathed with an idyllic white picket fence, Sweet Pea’s Restaurant's vintage Victorian homestead ensconces a tranquil dining room populated by engaging antiques and an amicable staff. Imbibers can sip on sudsy brews and voluptuous red and white vinos as radiant wall sconces illumine a spread of handcrafted ice creams available by the cup, cone, quart, or Victorian change purse.
Wreathed by an idyllic white picket fence, Sweet Peas pale yellow Victorian homestead belies the progressive cuisine simmering within its the kitchen. Chefs drizzle center-cut meats and grilled fish with exotic flourishes, such as ginger-soy vinaigrette and dill aioli. In keeping with the rustic exterior, the sunlit dining room serves as an antique gallery, letting eyes feast as patrons savor pan-seared salmon or taste the wood finish on the 19th-century pendulum clock to ensure its authenticity.
6 Riverton Rd.
Riverton, Connecticut 06065