Eureka Restaurant & Lounge Coupons and Deals
Foodies love to spend their time trying out all kinds of restaurants, just as Sleepies like to lie on all the mattresses at the furniture store. Unleash your inner aficionado with this Groupon. $25 for $50 Worth of Southern Cuisine The menu includes small plates ($5–$15) such as salt-boiled peanuts and fried okra with yuzu aioli. Entrees ($9–$28) include creole gumbo and house-smoked grilled loin of pork.
The Fine Print
Limit 1 offer per person; 1 additional as a gift. Valid for parties of 2 or more. Limit 1 per table per visit. Reservations recommended; subject to availability. Not valid on 12/24, 12/31, 1/1 or 2/14. Dine-in only. Not valid for special events, including monthly wine tastings.
When you think Southern food, you think fried chicken and toasty biscuits with honey. Now you may not consider that sophisticated Southern cuisine, but Eureka Restaurant & Lounge is here to change your idea of comfort food. Their menu of small plates and entrées offers classic cuisine with a Southern twist: fried okra, deviled eggs with bacon, a show-stopping Creole gumbo, and of course, that famous fried chicken (served on Mondays only). Enjoy your meal in one of three unique dining areas, each with its own personality and vibe. Whether you’re out painting the town red or catching up with old friends, you can’t beat Southern-inspired fare for a hearty meal that’s equal parts filling and fun.
The Castro has never lacked for lively bars (two-for-one margaritas at Moby Dick, anyone?). But until a few years ago, this bastion of binge was no-man's-land for high-end dining. Then -- Eureka! -- a rash of restaurants worth their salt popped up. One of these elegant eateries is Eureka Restaurant & Lounge, where today's deal buys you $50 worth of exquisite New American fare for $25. In the thick of 18th Street, this five-year-old eatery sets a cozy tone with a well-stoked hearth, dark wood furniture, and the warm aroma of Southern provincial dishes, expertly executed by Mississippi chef Gaines Douglas Dobbins. Start with a classic cocktail and the fried chicken livers with horseradish cream. Then, move on to the far-from-pedestrian pot roast with garlic mashed potatoes, and finish with bread pudding with bourbon-and-caramel sauce -- the perfect start to an evening of sugary cocktails and Diana Ross remixes.