What You'll Get
Sharing good food with friends is one of life's greatest joys, along with finding a quarter that's not glued to the ground on the same day that your future fiancée decides to go metal detecting. Sample the good life with today's deal: for $15, you get $30 worth of fresh, seasonally inspired small plates, large plates, non-alcoholic beverages, and more at Vintage 301, located on Martin Luther King Junior Drive.
Hungry locals are drawn downtown by Vintage 301's tapas-style cuisine. Because dishes are prepared using fresh, locally sourced ingredients, the menu changes seasonally. Recently featured small plates include deep-fried calamari with citrus aioli ($9), apple and chèvre ravioli ($9), and saag dip, a savory plate where pita chips are positioned for dredging through a landscape of puréed spinach, ginger, and yogurt cheese ($7). Patrons equipped with bigger appetites can find one-stop fulfillment in a large plate, such as the pork-ribs souvlaki, an oregano- and garlic-rubbed pork-rib with zesty lemon potatoes and tzatziki ($18), or the Moroccan fish dish, which serves up spice-rubbed rockfish, orange and olive salad, spinach couscous, and one stamp for your palate's passport ($19). Finish your feast on a sweet note with some vanilla-infused chocolate gnocchi ($6).
Bright white trim provides handsome contrast to the candy-apple walls that encase Vintage 301's spacious, vivacious confines, where sumptuous black leather couches cozily accommodate large gatherings of friends, families, and mannequins with 90-degree-angle knees. Regularly scheduled entertainment contributes to the restaurant's community-friendly vibes. Reservations are required, so call to schedule your visit.
This Groupon cannot be used toward alcohol or with other offers.
- The menu states that breads come from Simple Kneads. That is almost worth a recommendation in itself. Combined with meats from Giaccomo’s, I started looking forward to the evening even before we ordered. – John Batchelor, News & Record
- Between the ample outdoor seating and warm atmosphere of the interior, the space is perfectly suited for any brunch occasion. Then there’s the full bar, boasting one of the most original beer and wine menus in town. Keeping in the spirit of their eclectic dinner and booze menus, Chef Ben Sullivan has prepared a brunch menu that is, in terms of each individual offering, twoparts comfort food and one-part exotic culinary intrigue. – Ryan Snyder, Yes! Weekly
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 27, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Not valid toward alcohol. Reservation required. No cash or credit 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.