Colbeh Persian Kitchen and Bar Coupons and Deals
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Vouchers can be redeemed Monday, Aug. 12, through Dec. 12, 2013. Reservations required. Limit 1 voucher per table. Limit 2 voucher purchases per person; may buy 2 additional as gifts. A 15% gratuity based on the full price of the check be will added. See Terms and Conditions for full details.
Colbeh Persian Kitchen & Bar "offers a classy introduction to this seductive cuisine" says the Atlanta Journal-Constitution of the Middle Eastern fare, and it raves about the "rustic, romantic mood." For $39, regularly $83, savor a dinner for two with dessert and wine. Colbeh means cabin in Farsi, and the name certainly fits at this "sexily darkened" Decatur hot spot with its wood walls and soft lighting. Guests can choose from nearly the entire dinner menu: â¢ Any shared appetizer, such as dolemeh: grape leaves filled with rice, tarragon, split peas, green onions and herbs; or potato tahdig: a layer of golden crispy basmati rice and potato topped with your choice of stew (excludes the triple dipper) â¢ Any two entrees, including the khoresht badenjan stew: lean sirloin tips cooked in tomato sauce, sautÃ©ed eggplant, onions with saffron basmati rice; and kabobs with shrimp, chicken, beef, lamb or veggies, paired with rice and charbroiled tomato â¢ Any shared dessert, like house-made baklava or pistachio-topped saffron ice cream â¢ Two glasses of wine, such as 2011 Tiziano Pinot Grigio (Italy) or 2011 Antis Malbec (Mendoza, Argentina) (up to $8 each) Or save even more and dine in a group of four for $75, regularly $166. Travelzoo Tip: When booking your reservation, ask about the live jazz music on select nights. Terms and Conditions Vouchers can be redeemed Monday, Aug. 12, through Dec. 12, 2013. Reservations required; subject to availability. Valid for 2 or 4 diners only. Limit 1 voucher per table. Limit 2 voucher purchases per person; may buy 2 additional as gifts. Dine-in only. Seasonal items subject to change. Tax, if applicable, and gratuity are not included; a 15% gratuity based on the full price of the check be will added. Not valid on products. Must be of legal drinking age to consume alcohol. Cannot combine with any other offer. Must use in 1 visit. Valid during merchant's operating hours.
With both a hip atmosphere and a menu chock-full of family recipes, Colbeh is the perfect mix of old and new. The generations-old recipes that stay true to Persian tradition are served up right alongside creative cocktails, all in a space that looks handsomely modern, but feels cozy and warm enough to be someone's home. Kicking back at Colbeh feels a little like dining with the family, enjoying the unique recipes, photos, and hospitality just as one would in their own living room… except this particular living room just so happens to come outfitted with excellent house music, live jazz and belly dancers on the weekends. Thanks to the menu of mix-and-match kabobs, small starters worth sharing, a three-dish sampler platter served with the restaurant's fluffy homemade bread, and creative weekly specials (think rainbow trout with Persian olives and walnuts), Colbeh has brought a whole new kind of dining to the Square. Bonus points for almost everything on the menu being gluten-free, plus a slew of vegetarian-friendly picks—we've heard great things about the veg-friendly ghormeh sabzi stew. And the bar, stocked with excellent wine, seasonal craft beer and inventive cocktails, is equally fun to explore. Decatur is a drinking town, after all… and Colbeh most definitely keeps up with the Joneses. (Case in point: Colbeh's Moscow Mule was voted one of Atlanta's top 100 cocktails by Jezebel.) Add to that the house Mediterranean music, buzzing bar scene and drop-dead gorgeous interior, and it's easy to see why this joint has become one of our favorite spots in town to spice things up a bit. (Okay, okay fine: the belly dancers may also be partially to blame for that. We're not ashamed.) Menu Highlights: Albaloo Polo (Sour Cherry Rice), $6 Lamb Kabob, $8 Veggie Kabob, $6 Ghormeh Sabzi Stew, $14 Lamb Shank, $18 Joojeh Kabob (Cornish Hen), $19 Baklava Cheesecake, $8 Weekly Events: Thursdays: Live Jazz Fridays: Belly Dancing Saturday: Jazz Vocalist Sunday: Belly Dancing Deal Hours: Monday - Thursday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. (Bar open til late)