What You'll Get
Bistros are remarkable in that they somehow manage to be both fancy and casual at the same time, much like a necktie with Taz on it. Feel gussied up without too much fuss with this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of Bistro Cuisine
Examples from the lunch and dinner menu include:
- Chicken ranch wrap ($11)
- Spinach-and-goat-cheese quiche ($12)
- Roast-beef sliders ($9)<p>
Examples from the brunch menu include:
- Made-to-order mini frittatas ($10)
- The Beaver breakfast, with sunny-side-up eggs, toast, herbed potatoes, and a choice of seasonal fruit or mixed greens ($9)
- Made-to-order croissant sandwich ($9)<p>
Monday–Friday before 6 p.m., Groupon customers receive a complimentary slice of cheesecake.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Not valid for happy hour specials. Not valid for all-you-can-eat wings. Must purchase 1 food item. If you redeem Groupon Monday-Friday before 6:00 pm you will get complimentary slice of Cheesecake. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Beaver & Mullet
The nearer a food’s origins, the fresher it’s likely to be when served. The Beaver & Mullet takes that basic culinary truth to heart by only serving meats, vegetables, and dairy foods that are produced locally. But it’s not merely in food that this eatery intertwines itself with the business of area merchants; the bar procures microbrews, wines, and spirits from local producers, such as the Squamish-produced Howe Sound Rail Ale nut brown. These locally acquired staples join fresh-baked bread and organic produce. The kitchen features skilled chefs but no deep fryers; lunches, dinners, and brunches are baked instead of batter sizzled. They prepare a chicken ranch wrap with a garlic-pesto tortilla wrapped around spicy Cajun chicken with bacon and swiss, as well as a spinach-and-goat-cheese quiche.
The Beaver & Mullet combines those local brews with health-conscious bistro fare in a quirky dichotomy of an atmosphere that's part sports bar, part art studio. Groups gather to watch games on one of the flat-screen TVs that used to be '90s-style, boxy big screens until they encountered a steamroller. During Canucks and Oilers games, fans even get discounted all-you-can-eat wings. But next to those TVs, red and khaki walls and chalkboard menus surround guests, along with a dark hardwood floor from which massive windows extend to the exposed-duct-and-beam ceiling. Those fixtures unite with colourful canvas paintings to evoke the ambience of an urban art emporium. Guests can shirk the trappings of the interior altogether, though, and opt to sit on the outdoor patio.