Adding gourmet ingredients to a meal makes a commonplace activity feel special, much like brushing your teeth with a sparkler or withdrawing money from an ATM while holding it at gunpoint. Enjoy an enhanced dining experience with today's Groupon: for $25, you get two glasses of house wine (up to $22 value) and $30 worth of Mediterranean- and Southern-inspired cuisine and drinks (an up to $52 total value) to Wild Vine Hideaway in Danville.
Wild Vine Hideaway brandishes eclectic, hunger-slaying dinner and lunch menus of sophisticated flavors within a quaint, neighborhood atmosphere. Midday meals teem with pasta and sandwiches such as La Dolce Vita ($9.95), a panini that packs prosciutto, mozzarella, and balsamic vinaigrette into a handheld accessory hotter than a campfire's most stylish purse. While no corkscrew is required to enjoy the fusilli in sicilian red-wine sauce ($12.95), skilled fork-spinning fingers are a necessity for proper winding of the fettuccini alfredo ($13.95).
During dinner, diners can anchor incisors into the sea’s freshest offerings with a catch of lobster-vodka ravioli, doused in a tomato-cream sauce and topped with crab ($16.95). Those with landlubbing legs or recurring nightmares of turning into a blobfish can stay grounded with the succulent 12-ounce New York steak ($23.95). While indulging tongues and discovering new flavors such as umami and carrot, tipple a glass from Wild Vine’s far-reaching beverage list, featuring worldly beers ($5) and varietals ($4+) by the half-glass, full glass, and bottle. House wines include Odd Lot chardonnay, Benvolio pinot grigio, Caravel zinfandel, Calina cabernet sauvignon, and B.R. Cohn cabernet sauvignon.
Outdoor dining and an amiable staff help cultivate Wild Vine Hideaway's cozy atmosphere and ideal space to wrestle already cooked creatures into submission. Swing in Tuesday to excite laughter glands with comedy sets, or Wednesday–Saturday evenings to tickle ears with live music or wet Willy’s evil cousin, the dry David.
Father Nature's Hideaway
Father Nature's Hideaway pairs bistro cuisine with a selection of more than 30 wines. Bartenders pour glasses of pinot noir and pop microbrews, and diners dig into grilled new york steak and lobster ravioli at candlelit tables. The large, rustic patio allows guests to bask in warmer weather, with occasional live music performances. The eatery has also begun serving breakfast and lunch, translating their bistro style into dishes fit for daytime noshing.