They say eating at a good restaurant can make you feel like a king, but historically kings always had to eat in their castles and probably alone. Feel better than royalty with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
$15 for Sunday brunch for two (up to a $32 value)
$30 for Sunday brunch for four (up to a $64 value)<p>
$20 for lunch for two, valid Monday–Saturday (up to a $42 total value)
$40 for lunch for four, valid Monday–Saturday (up to an $84 total value)
- One appetizer, soup or salad per pair (up to a $10 value each)
- One lunch entree per person (up to a $16 value each)<p>
Brunchers enjoy Sunday mid-morning feasts of dishes such as traditional eggs benedict with canadian bacon or western omelettes with chourico, onions, and pepper.<p>
Diners feast from a lunch menu of caprese salad with fresh mozzarella and vine-ripened tomatoes, Gulf shrimp scampi with wilted arugula and butter sauce, and sweet-potato gnocchi with bacon and sage brown butter.<p>
Two small silver handles join to form an elegant V across Vintage's front door, a nod to the restaurant's name as well as the understated elegance of its upscale, internationally inspired menu. Lunches of ricotta ravioli—stuffed with housemade ricotta cheese, grilled chicken, and tomato and served with roasted-garlic fondue—give way to dinners of paella peppered with Gulf shrimp, native clams, and mussels from Prince Edward Island. Vintage offsets its hearty Western dishes with a sushi bar that brims with sashimi and specialty rolls such as the Volcano, whose crabstick, avocado, and spicy baked scallops are harvested from separate tectonic plates. In addition to serving its usual brunches, lunches, and dinners, Vintage hosts occasional cooking classes, wine-tasting dinners, and other special events.
What some people are buzzing about:
84% of 698 customers recommend
“food was very good”
“Very friendly staff, very nice atmosphere, plenty of Ambiance”
“The white Sangria is excellent. I enjoy sitting upstairs , more relaxed. Sometimes you luck out and they have entertainment.”