If you're serious about winning an offseason gold medal and getting showered with praise, don't try curling against the Swedes on an empty stomach. Fill up your competition carbuncles with today's deal: for $20, you get $40 worth of contemporary comfort food from the Waterstreet Grill, nestled in the heart of the historic Warehouse District.
Waterstreet's interior is casual but romantic, featuring tea lights on each table, overhead chandeliers, and contemporary paintings dotted on mottled walls. Today's deal is good for lunch on Monday through Friday, or dinner any day of the week, ensuring a bevy of potential menu selections. Lunch and dinner share menu space like mismatched sitcom roommates. Start off with lobster quesadillas ($8.95) oozing with tomatoes, scallions, and melted cheese, or jump ahead to the main course. Options vary from a healthy slab of charbroiled salmon ($16.95) with adobo glaze on steamed rice and veggies to comfort classics like the Waterstreet meat loaf ($10.95), paired with mashed potatoes and sautéed mushrooms in a demi-glaze. Classics like gourmet burgers ($7.95–$8.95) and corned-beef Reubens ($8.95) keep things familiar, while a variety of salads ($3.95–$9.95) keep diets from tumbling off the wagon in a cascade of cheese and meat.
Head to Waterstreet Grill on a Friday night for a late dinner and stick around to hear DJ Orion spin ’80s hits so powerful they’ll give you nostalgia for the last time you listened to ’80s hits and waxed nostalgic about your memories of being a baby, toddler, or tween in the ’80s. If you’re not up for staying out late, don your power suit and turbo-charge your shoulder pads for a quick business lunch amidst stone walls and rich wood surfaces.
This Groupon is not valid for Saturday or Sunday brunch.
Here's what the Plain Dealer had to say:
- It's stately, with a high ceiling, chandeliers and mix of stone, wood and mirrors. The food ain't punk, either…The lobster quesadillas were soft and yummy. The spinach-dip-and-pita plate was innovative -- well, for spinach and pita: The chips are a tad crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside. – Laura DeMarco, Plain Dealer
- I had the lobster stuffed grouper and my co-workers had the burgers and the chops,,,which were great. – michael, Urbanspoon