Maza Restaurant Coupons and Deals
Nestled on the western edge of Lincoln Park, Maza Lebanese Cuisine sets the scene for a decadent dinner that fuses Turkish and French cuisine: $25 ($63 value) for a four-course dinner for two Includes one appetizer, two soups or salads, two entrées, two desserts, and two coffees Open for dinner Tuesday through Sunday at 5 p.m. You'll be smitten from the start as you share Maza's signature grape leaves or the kibbe meklya -- fried balls filled with minced lamb, shallots, and pine nuts Cool down with a citrusy artichoke salad before digging into marinated shawarma; seafood couscous brimming with jumbo shrimp, scallops, and grilled salmon; or traditional kebabs End your meal with flaky baklava, and you might be speechless after devouring such delightful dishes
Chefs cut kebab meat into cubes because spheres tend to roll away and pyramids were copyrighted by the ancient Egyptians. Feast on structurally sound grub with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $25 for a four-course Lebanese dinner for two (up to a $63.80 total value) $49 for a four-course Lebanese dinner for four (up to a $127.60 total value) Each couple receives the following: One appetizer to share (up to a $7 value each) Two soups or garden salads (up to a $5 value each) Two entrees (up to a $19 value each) One dessert to share (up to ...
Chicago's finest Lebanese restaurant, Maza offers an intimate dining experience. The proud owner and his attentive staff will ensure that you feel right at home as you enjoy your delectable meal.Appetizers on the menu include falafel, cheese pie, hummus, baba ghanouj, and grape leaves. If you find it impossible to choose just one, order the Maza Deluxe and you and your date will get a full meal of both hot and cold appetizers.Rack of lamb, shwarma, brochettes of chicken, kafta kebob, vegetarian couscous, red snapper, and both carrot and lentil soups are among the many dishes -- each well-seasoned and perfectly cooked -- to indulge in. After the main course, give yourself a boost with some Lebanese coffee.
The Fine Print
Limit 1 offer per table. Limit 1 offer per visit. Valid for dine-in, carry-out, and delivery. Reservation recommended. Not valid toward drinks. Offer does not include tax and gratuity. Closed Mon.
Straight from the trusted surveyors, the scoop on Maza Restaurant.From Zagat: “Authentic,” “innovative” Lebanese small plates made with “uncommon finesse” come with a “welcoming” vibe and prices fans consider a “bargain” at this Lincoln Park Middle Eastern that’s a “solid neighborhood” “standby;” “helpful service” adds to the attraction; P.S. it moved to Ashland Avenue post-Survey, with plans to reopen its former Lincoln Avenue site in the future.
Even in the ambiance of candlelight and romantic lighting, conversation on date night can be more stale than days-old bread. Snag today's deal from Maza Lebanese Cuisine, however, and you won't be able to stop talking about all the flavorful fare you'll be enjoying during your four-course dinner for two -- a dining experience that includes one appetizer, two soups or salads, two entrées, two desserts, and two coffees for $25 (regularly $63). Located on the western edge of Lincoln Park, this storefront eatery sets the scene for a decadent dinner that fuses Turkish and French cuisine. You'll be smitten from the start as you share Maza's signature grape leaves or the kibbe meklva -- fried balls filled with minced lamb, shallots, and pine nuts. Cool down with a citrusy artichoke salad before digging into marinated shawarma; seafood couscous brimming with jumbo shrimp, scallops, and grilled salmon; or traditional kebabs. End your meal with sweet baklava, and you might be speechless after devouring such delightful dishes.
Maza combines a candlelit setting with a host of Lebanese treats. Share appetizers of smoky baba ghannouj, crunchy falafel, an eggplant and garbanzo duo sparked by a pomegranate-tomato sauce, and dainty spinach- or cheese-filled pastries. For an intro to Middle Eastern cuisine, order the Maza Deluxe, a tapas-style feast of 20 small dishes such as stuffed grape leaves, chicken and lamb shawarma, falafel and more. Specialty entrees include succulent char-grilled kebabs, tender lamb-draped couscous, and kellaya, a veggie-laden stir-fry served either meat-free or paired with beef, lamb, or chicken. Maza means "feast" so make sure you come hungry.
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