Cocktail Deals in Atlanta
Wine can function as a social lubricant and conversation starter, especially if you seal off a cocktail party and slowly fill the room with it. Uncork a good time with this Groupon. $69 for a Three-Month Exclusive Wine-Club Membership ($150 Value) After learning the CRÜ wine-club secret handshake, new members and a guest enjoy complimentary tastings of club wines and exclusive entrance to bimonthly food-and-wine pairings. Members also receive 20% off any purchases of wine-club wines, personal cellaring, access to a huge inventory of unique region-specific wines, and an electronic newsletter that chronicles the wine club's upcoming events.
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Limit 1 per table per visit • Valid only for dine-in • Excludes holidays • Entire value must be used in a single visit
With vibrant red upholstery and a dramatically lit bar, this Zagat-rated restaurant establishes itself as one chic dining destination. Visit on a Thursday for live music or come in any time for an internationally inspired meal with this deal: • $10 for $20 to spend on food and drink • Menu features European, Mediterranean, Indian, and Asian fare • Buckhead establishment open Monday through Saturday "Tantra on a Thursday night is so fun! Deb Bowman and her band play some great jazz and the food is incredible." - OpenTable Reviewer An Epicurean Adventure Sip a glass of wine or opt for a cocktail, such as the Mumbai Martini: Bombay Sapphire gin, St. Germain liqueur, thyme, and lime juice. Executive chef Terry Dwyer crafts dishes like grilled Australian lamb chops, chili-seared Hawaiian tuna, and okra and paneer koresh. No matter which traditional or gluten-free entrée you choose, the vanilla bean crème brûlée -- featuring just a bit chocolate ganache -- is sure to make the perfect end to your meal. Tantra Restaurant & Bar's Website | Facebook
Sometimes it seems that being cool just… runs in the family. That effortless, elegant cool one senses when walking through the walkthrough wine cellar entryway of Buckhead's fledgling trattoria? Must be genetic. Much like its sister restaurant Bocado, STG Trattoria favors clean, simple and delicious above all else. The kitchen's preparations capture the essence of the ingredients: vegetables harvested from local farms, bread baked in the ktichen each and every morning, meats carefully cured in-house, and pizza dough aged for 36 hours before baking in the Cadillac of all pizza ovens (Acunto, if we must name-drop). No fuss, no muss, no starched white tablecloths. And in a neighborhood where fuss and muss reign supreme, STG's brand of cool elegance is about as refreshing as one of its spiked cocktail sodas on a hot Atlanta afternoon. Thus, after only serving lunch since February, STG has skyrocketed to the top of many a Buckheadite's list for lavish lunching—a place where one can linger over a lamb sausage pizza and/or plate of duck fat roasted potatoes (go on, live a little), perhaps indulge in a sip from the impressive wall of wines, or simply pop in for a quick roasted chicken truffle sandwich. We can almost certainly guarantee that just about anything the chef is cooking up back in that open kitchen is far superior to the frozen hockey puck burrito being schlepped around in that brown bag… and if you can supplement it with a glass of prosecco? Even better. (And highly recommended.) Menu Highlights: Local Arugula Salad, $8 Roasted Chicken Sandwich with Truffle Aioli, $9.25 Housemade Pork Sausage Sandwich, $9.25 Margherita Pizza, $11 Salumi Pizza, $14 Lunch Hours: Tuesday - Friday, 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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