Dining out with friends can foster healthy relationships that might otherwise be limited to impersonal group texts or overly personal bath-time visits. Get a bite in person with a person with today’s Groupon to Timbers Casual Dining & Lounge in Angola. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get $50 worth of international fare for two or more.
- For $50, you get $100 worth of international fare for four or more.<p>
The versatile chefs at Timbers Casual Dining & Lounge sate appetites with burgers, steak, and seafood and a rotating array of international dishes. Diners drop tooth anchors into the signature Timber burger, a half-pound of ground sirloin lounging on a grilled french roll ($6.49) or the 8-ounce sashimi grade tuna steak ($15.99) prepared various ways, including Japanese style—pan-seared and encrusted in sesame seeds—and Timber style, char-broiled and served atop a falling redwood tree.
Themed nights bolster the regular menu throughout the week. On Mexican Wednesdays, the siesta time combo bedecks plates with a shredded-beef burrito with a ground-beef soft taco ($8.99), and on Italian Thursdays, ravioli bursts with portobello and ricotta ($7.99), like a traditional Italian piñata. Patrons seated amid the dining room’s wood-paneled walls and forest green carpet can dip 16–20 shrimp in mango habanero sauce ($9.49) or enjoying the beer-battered pollock on Fish Fry Fridays.
Timbers Steakhouse and Seafood
At Timbers Steakhouse and Seafood, chefs craft dinners from a menu of surf-and-turf classics paired with all-American eats. Appetizers include traditional pub fare such as cheese fries, garlic mushrooms, and chicken wings in flavors such as buffalo, garlic, and mango habanero. Classic caesar, chef's, and spinach salads pave the way for burgers made from 100% ground sirloin. Pounds of snow-crab legs arrive with a coverlet of melted butter, whereas sautéed tilapia comes encrusted in a combination of panko and pecans.
Steak is, of course, the main event. Hand-cut rib eyes, filets mignons wrapped in bacon, and thick, unyielding portions of porterhouse that clock in at 20 ounces are dusted in the restaurant’s secret spice blend and charbroiled to order. Chefs also slice off portions of slow-cooked, tender prime rib served with horseradish sauce upon request.
In addition to the regular menu, Wednesday evenings boast a selection of Mexican food such as tacos, enchiladas, and fajitas, and Thursday shows off pasta prowess with Italian favorites. Although most dinners unfold in the spacious lower-story dining room, Timbers also makes the most of its attic. The restaurant's upper-story A-frame loft houses a banquet facility equipped with seating for up to 120, with custom menus, full bar service, DJs, and photographers available.