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What You'll Get
Eating while riding horseback was pioneered by the efficient Mongols, who also adjusted to reading, receiving haircuts, and filling out their taxes atop their four-legged mobiles. Enjoy the convenience of chairs and tables with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $25 worth of soup, salad, steak, and more at The Riverside Cafe in Burbank.
The Riverside Cafe, which has a diner- and pet-friendly outdoor patio, offers a menu featuring a variety of hunger-stopping schemes to stave off lunch-and-dinner starvation. Feast on roast turkey sandwiches ($7) and turkey burgers ($6, $0.50–$1 each for cheese or toppings) to scratch a turkey itch. For dinner, start with a bowl of French onion soup baked with imported gruyere ($7.50) before diving forks into fresh Riverside salads topped with chunks of seared rare ahi tuna, roasted peppers, marinated artichokes, hearts of palm, and lemon vinaigrette ($12.50). Twelve-ounce pepper steaks ($18, $22 for 16 oz.) are flambéed in brandy, unlike plates of vegetarian couscous ($13), which are unflambéed. Finish dinner with an espresso a la mode ($5), a sweetly caffeinated treat that’ll hit heads like a sugarcoated bolt of lightning.
- I've been going to Riverside Cafe for a couple of years now and it has become a favorite. Does it help that the staff treats everyone like family... yes it does. I also appreciate the laid back atmosphere, the creative menu options and the ability to bring my dog and sit outside. – Jeff D., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 20, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Dine-in only. Limit 1 per table. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Riverside Cafe
The Riverside Cafe's cooks draw inspiration from European and American cuisine as they create a menu of bistro-style comfort fare. In addition to baking bowls of french onion soup topped with a shell of imported gruyere, they grill beef and turkey hamburger patties and load baked potatoes with a number of familiar, yet decadent, ingredients, including sour cream and bacon. On Thursday nights, they embrace seasonal ingredients by featuring a specially prepared menu item, which have previously included wild boar and Stilton steak.
Beyond the intimately sized dining room with its "rustic, wood-beamed ceiling," as described by Gayot, the restaurant can seat guests and their canine personal assistants at the outdoor tables. White picket fences and trellises enclose the outside area, and a small awning and robin-egg-blue umbrella protect guests from the sun's harsh rays and dive-bombing pigeons.