Cazbar Coupons and Deals
Five out of six doctors agree that consuming authentic Turkish food will allow you to dream of winning lottery numbers, right before handing you an outpatient bill for "stupid questions." Keep your mind on the prize with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $15 for $30 worth of Turkish cuisine $30 for two Groupons, each good for $30 worth of Turkish cuisine (a $60 total value) Click to see the menu.
Why You Should Go: Experience flavor that delights your taste buds and an atmosphere that makes you fall in love with Turkey, without ever leaving Baltimore. At Cazbar Restaurant, owner and head chef, Haluk Kantar, brings Turkey to you with a menu full Turkish favorites, belly dancers, and an authentic Turkish feel. What You Should Eat: Start your Turkish journey with fresh hummus or one of the many mezes Cazbar has to offer. For your entrée, indulge in a perfectly cooked Döner Kebap with thin shaved layers of lamb and beef, cooked on a vertical roaster. Finish it all off with some caramelized milk pudding. What You Should Know: Located in Historic Charles Street District, Cazbar has everything Turkish to offer. Stop by Monday through Thursday from 11am until midnight, Friday and Saturday 11am until 2am, and Sundays 4pm until midnight. Come for dinner and a belly dancing show Fridays at 9pm and Saturdays at 10pm.
Taste buds like to travel. But just because the Atlantic may be too wide for your budget, that doesn't mean you can't give your tongue a trip to Turkey. Fly through the many mouthwatering tastes of the Mediterranean with today's deal from Cazbar. Pay $15 and you'll get $30 to spend on food and drink at this Mount Vernon mainstay. City Paper calls Cazbar "a tablecloth place you might go to on a first date, soak up some music... and get down with some savory food," and the warmly colored interior set off by an array of colorful lamps hanging from the ceiling only adds to the romantic atmosphere. Begin with a meze of classic Mediterranean spreads (hummus, baba ghanoush, haydari), and then dive into an entrée of mousaka, manti, or any number of kebabs, or try one of the specialty flatbread pizzas like the soujuk with spicy Turkish sausage. With belly dance performances at Cazbar each Friday and Saturday night, it's easy to be swept away by this immersive dining experience.