The monopoly tycoons of the 19th century traditionally did their wheeling and dealing at fine-dining establishments, cleverly concealing the fact that they still lived with their parents. Escape the gaze of your guardians with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of upscale American fare at Tiburon Fine Dining in Sandy.
Tiburon Fine Dining's culinary construction crew crafts monuments to American cuisine with a full menu of upscale appetizers and entrees. Diners may begin culinary adventures with the slow-simmered crab cakes, served with a tangy mediterranean cucumber salad and roasted tomato beurre blanc ($12). Explore edible frontiers with the pan-seared Alaskan halibut in carrot-reduction butter, served with sautéed garlic spinach and mashed potatoes ($33) or with the restaurant's specialty, the char-grilled New Zealand elk tenderloin in a green-peppercorn demi-glace with creamy mushroom duxelle and garlic mashed potatoes ($40).
Patrons may reserve a table online to enjoy an evening of domestic dining inside the rustic building, with its subtle lighting, arched trellises, and choir of bald-eagle pups that serenade diners with unreleased Aaron Copland melodies.
Tiburon Fine Dining
A vine-laced trellis arches over the sidewalk that leads to Tiburon Fine Dining, an unassuming space that once housed a fruit stand within its brick confines. Subtle lighting imbues the dining room with an understated elegance that extends to the menu. Chefs drizzle international meats and seafood with savory reduction sauces and serve all entrees with a dollop of homemade sorbet.