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Reviewed February 19, 2012
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What You'll Get
Like a beanbag chair with a monocle or a quilt remade into a sexy cocktail dress, it's sometimes nice to fancy up one's favorite comforts. Reinvent our culture's coziest meals with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get two signature cocktails, one small plate, and one dessert at Table 219 (up to a $31 value). This Groupon cannot be used toward Table 219's half-priced wine promotion on Tuesdays, but the Groupon may still be used on those nights.
The Table 219 menu twists favorite foods into beautifully presented gourmand goodies. Munch on the mini tuna tartar tacos (a $9 value), or witness a coup over the potato in zucchini fries topped with parmesan and served with horseradish sauce (a $6 value). Desserts include delicacies such as the 219 take on a traditional Ding Dong, with chocolate mousse, glaze, and coconut tuile (a $6 value) or a sweet donut à la mode (a $6 value). Diners wash it all down with a specialty cocktail (an $8 value each), such as the spiced-pear martini or the Basil Hayden's–infused old fashioned, while discussing new-fangled technologies such as social phones and fear networking.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 4, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Reservation required. Dine-in only. Valid for dinner only. Not valid for half-priced wine on half price wine night or on 6/25. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
After 10 years cooking in the frenetic kitchens of New York City restaurants, Executive Chef Jeffrey "Cheffrey" Wilson moved to Seattle hoping to find room to freely express his culinary talents. The owners at Table 219 were impressed by his experience at Gramercy 24 and gave him that chance by asking him to develop their menu. He eventually became a partner of the business as he honed his own brand of New American fare, whipping up dishes such as bison burgers and mini tuna-tartar tacos. After taking the reins as sole owner, he renamed the restaurant Americana to reflect the eclectic cuisine and the eatery's interior design. Dark woods and tin-tile accents create a rich, historical ambiance ideal for gatherings with friends or reenactments of pioneer speed-dating events. Wilson relies on a team of mixologists to stir up specialty cocktails—such as the Lemon Meringue Pie with whipped-cream vodka—that also complement the stars-and-stripes vibe.