Fine dining establishments may be identified by the use of a maître d’ instead of a host, and waiter's sleeves instead of napkins. Enjoy the nuances of gourmet cuisine with today’s Groupon to The Tower Club. Choose between the following options:
• For $20, you get $40 worth of upscale dinner fare (served from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.) and a three-month membership.
• For $10, you get $20 worth of upscale lunch (served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.) and a three-month membership.
The Tower Club's staff, helmed by executive chef Brad Lyons and their pastry chef of almost 25 years, Vic Pace, lays out elegant culinary creations before the sprawling downtown Springfield skyline. Afternoon patrons partake from the lunch menu, which whips up chicken scampi, a boneless chicken breast sautéed with red peppers reclining upon a bed of angel hair pasta ($10), and pork tenderloin served with sweet-potato hash browns and sporting a coat of crumbled pecans and parmesan cheese ($10). Dinner selections dance upon the table and the tongue to diminish awkwardness during dinner interviews for a new best friend. Select the filet mignon nestled beneath a blanket of boursin cheese and caramelized onions ($31), or try the sizzling basil-splashed swordfish sautéed with capers and tomatoes to slice through a shrimp risotto ($25).
Both deal options grant a three-month Tower Club membership, allowing unlimited dining with no table minimums, so guests can leave inflatable relatives at home. Reciprocal guest privileges await members in clubs across the globe with lists available on the premises.
Located on the 21st and 22nd floors of Hammons Tower, the tallest building in Springfield, The Tower Club bathes diners in natural light and breathtaking vistas pouring through its floor to ceiling windows. Diners are treated to tasteful elegance the moment they step into the grand scene, which boasts marble floors, polished brass banisters, and ballrooms with popular dance steps painted on the floor.
901 E Saint Louis St.
Springfield, Missouri 65806