All of life's important moments are marked by one of three things: eating a cake, passing a torch, or signing on the bottom line of a clown-college certificate. Embrace edible celebration with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of tapas, cheeses, and desserts at The Wine Cellar, located in Plymouth. This Groupon is not valid for alcohol.
Mingling the disparate flavors of France, America, and Morocco, The Wine Cellar treats palates with cheeses, desserts, and chocolates in an intimate atmosphere warmly inspired by medieval chateaus. Each tantalizing tapas item, including moroccan chicken ($9), italian meatballs ($9), and a hummus-and-vegetable plate ($9), allows diners to sample, share, and construct tasty tabletop pyramids. Patrons can conduct a forked foray into desserts including the napoleon cheesecake, freshly whipped and layered between paper-thin phyllo dough and topped with honey, dried fruits, steamed figs, and toasted nuts ($9). Or opt for sans-utensil simplicity and devour an octet of chocolate-chip cookies ($9). Cheese plates bedecked with assorted local and European cheeses ($15–$25) tastily surrender to mouth bones while satisfying nasal cravings for succulent scents. Daring desserteers feast amid The Wine Cellar's cozily antiqued surroundings trimmed with stone walls and rough-hewn wooden columns. A large, communal dining table and romantically lowered lights bring a rustic charm to the storefront, welcoming customers more warmly than a bear-hugging doormat.
The Wine Cellar
Creativity and sustainability are the guiding principles of the restaurant co-owned by Johnson & Wales food-science professor Lynn Tripp. Mingling the disparate flavors of France, America, and Morocco, chefs treat palates to tapas, cheeses, and desserts in an intimate atmosphere warmly inspired by medieval chateaus. If not sidling up to the 35-seat wine bar or sinking into an Italian-leather sofa, diners feast amid cozily antiqued surroundings trimmed with stone arches and rough-hewn wooden columns. Wine barrels, a large, communal dining table, and romantically lowered lights bring a rustic charm to the storefront to welcome customers more warmly than a bear-hugging doormat.