A delicious meal leaves you feeling satisfied, like finishing a jigsaw puzzle or making a cool new jigsaw puzzle out of your parents’ wedding album. Fill the empty place with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
$50 for dinner for two on Monday–Thursday (up to a $104 total value)
- Four different shared plates (up to a $71 value)
- Two glasses of wine (up to a $13 value each)
- One shared dessert (up to a $7 value)<p>
$100 for dinner for four on Monday–Thursday (up to a $208 total value)
- Eight different shared plates (up to a $142 value)
- Four glasses of wine (up to a $13 value each)
- Two shared desserts (up to a $7 value each)<p>
$50 for dinner for two on Friday or Saturday (up to a $104 total value)
$100 for dinner for four on Friday or Saturday (up to a $208 total value)<p>
Guests choose from the Top Chef-winning proprietor’s menu of eclectic delicacies, such as braised lamb in creamy oats ($24), latkes in smoked apple sauce ($7), squid-ink-battered arctic cod and chips ($17), and sticky toffee pudding and ice cream with Maldon sea salt ($7).<p>
Prices are subject to change.
"Best restaurant in the Universe" — Ilan Hall
Chef-owner Ilan Hall named The Gorbals after a diverse immigrant neighborhood of Glasgow, Scotland, where his father grew up rubbing elbows with neighbors from Pakistan, Russia, India, and Eastern Europe. Like Hall's Israeli Scottish Russian German heritage and The Gorbals' mishmash of cultures, the restaurant can't be pigeonholed into a specific background. Instead, it celebrates a joyful cultural synthesis with a pan-ethnic menu of contemporary gourmet small plates and desserts: banh mi poutine mingles with dry-aged burgers, and latkes and applesauce share table space with welsh rabbit and grilled squid. A wine list and a spirits menu complement each dish with rich, complex European vinos, smoky scotches and woodsy bourbons, or perfectly balanced classic cocktails. The menu's shareable spirit makes The Gorbals especially suitable for group dining occasions.
Before opening up The Gorbals, Hall cut his culinary teeth as a teenager in the Lorenzo de Medici school’s Apicius program in Florence. He proceeded to hone his chef's knife at esteemed locales such as Charlie Palmer's Aureole New York and Mario Batali's Casa Mono. Most visitors may recognize Hall from his appearance on Bravo TV's Top Chef, where he claimed victory in the second season after defeating all other chefs in unarmed combat. Hall also hosts the Esquire Network's Knife Fight, a series of underground cooking competitions whose first two seasons were filmed inside The Gorbals.