Eating at restaurants delays the need to go grocery shopping or clear your stolen snowman heads out of the freezer. Keep your secrets on ice with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$38 for dinner for two (an $81.50 value)
- One order of hushpuppies, artichoke dip, or duck bruschetta
- Two entrees up to a $25 value each
- Two glasses of house red or white wine
- One dessert if redeemed Sunday–Thursday<p>
$75 for dinner for four (a $163 value)
- Two orders of hushpuppies, artichoke dip, or duck bruschetta
- Four entrees up to a $25 value each
- Four glasses of house red or white wine
- Two desserts if redeemed Sunday–Thursday<p>
$15 for $30 worth of American comfort food for dinner<p>
A menu of reimagined American classics includes crispy salmon with chive-pesto crust ($22), spaghetti and meatballs ($17), and spring-vegetable pot pie with a housemade buttermilk biscuit ($15).<p>
Serial restaurateur Brian Metzger never lets success with his current restaurants stop him from making his next culinary dream a reality. The Abbey's intimate brick-and-stone dining room marks his second foray into comfortable fine dining. Along with executive chef Virginia “Ginny” Wooters, he drafts a menu full of contemporary comforts, such as their take on updated versions of gnocchi and pot pie. Their influence extends from the kitchen to the full bar, where mixologists whip up craft cocktails spiked with fresh, seasonal fruit juices.
Whether seated on the wrap-around patio or gazing out the windows of the dining room or bar, a rolling vista of foothills tumbles away before diners' eyes, often igniting memories of joyfully rolling down hills as a child or painfully falling down hills as an adult.
88% of 1,960 customers recommend
“Fabulous food and ambiance!”
“The new menu looks great. They need to bring back Jack Daniels to their liquor menu :0)”
“Menu has changed. Excellent chef and staff.”