Vango Lounge and Sky Bar Coupons and Deals
Dining out can be a great change of atmosphere, especially if you're used to eating your meals hastily in an unguarded meat locker. Have a seat with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $20 for $40 worth of Japanese continental cuisine for parties of two or more $39 for $80 worth of Japanese continental cuisine for parties of four or more The menu includes tuna tartare with pita chips ($16), chicken and beef teriyaki meatballs ($10), pan-fried udon noodles ($17), and spicy salmon rolls ($8).
The Fine Print
Vouchers can be redeemed starting Thursday, April 11, through June 28, 2013. Voucher can be used in the lounge or on the rooftop deck at a table, not at the bar. This voucher is valid for 2 diners only. Limit 3 vouchers per table. Not valid on major holidays or holiday weekends. See below for full terms and conditions.
Take in views of downtown Philadelphia from Vango Lounge & Skybar, which CBS Philly ranked as one of the city's Top Rooftop Bars. For $35, regularly $101, two people can share cocktails and appetizers at this hot spot at 18th and Chestnut. Check out the unique second-floor lounge with crushed velvet walls, custom-made private booths and a one-of-a-kind chandelier. Or head upstairs to enjoy views of the city from the indoor patio or outdoor terrace with heat lamps. This deal for two people includes four drinks and three small plates or sushi rolls from the regular menu with options including: â¢ Specialty cocktails (up to $14 each) like the Pomegranate POP (Absolut vodka, pomegranate liqueur and cranberry juice) or four kinds of mojitos, glasses of wine, including Clos du Bois Chardonnay and Blackstone Merlot, and beers â¢ Sushi rolls and small plates, such as the seared scallops or the tuna tacos with mango tomato salsa (up to $15 each) Terms and Conditions Vouchers can be redeemed starting Thursday, April 11, through June 28, 2013. Reservations are not required but can be made at www.vangoloungeandskybar.com. Voucher can be used in the lounge or on the rooftop deck at a table, not at the bar. This voucher is valid for 2 diners only. Limit 3 vouchers per table. Not valid on major holidays or holiday weekends. Valid for dine-in only. Seasonal items are subject to change. Gratuity and tax, if applicable, are not included. Must be of legal drinking age to consume alcohol. Voucher must be used in 1 visit. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Valid during merchant's operating hours.
The Fine Print
Limit 1 offer per person; 1 additional as a gift. Not valid toward Kobe beef or alcohol. 20% gratuity will be automatically added to pre-discounted check amount.
Visit Vango Lounge and Skybar and you’ll bear witness to the visionary achievement of owner Dia Sawan, who dreamed of opening a club unlike any other. The result is a three-storied 8,000-square-foot space situated along Rittenhouse Row, full of custom-made details, like an inlaid “wall vase” and a German-designed fiber-optic chandelier. Mingle and lounge on the rooftop bar, with indoor and outdoor spaces, private rooms, and a large dance floor. You’ll sample sushi rolls or delicious small plates, like the Teriyaki Chicken & Jalapeño Quesadillas or the Tuna Tacos, served with mango and tomato salsa. Spend the rest of the evening dancing or relax on king-size beds while enjoying the best view in the city—the evening sky above.
Dripping in pearls or being decked out in diamonds may be one way to stay classy, but it's lounging in style while being surrounded with delicious fare that's a true testament to your upscale ways. Channel your inner sophistication with today's deal from Vango Lounge and Skybar: Pay $20 for $40 to spend on Japanese cuisine and non-alcoholic drinks. The owners behind Byblos created this swanky, roughly 8,000-square-foot lounge filled with custom-made elements ranging from velvet-covered walls to a captivating fiber-optic chandelier dangling over the glowing bar. Take a seat in one of the plush couches before executive chef Michael Fee creates signature dishes like crispy shrimp tempura or tender braised short ribs. Fresh sushi, small plates, and desserts like the sweet ginger cheesecake mousse layered with black jam round out the elegant menu. This South 18th Street spot remains open daily -- and with a year-round roofdeck to take in our city's twinkling lights, you'll certainly be a part of high society.
Two years ago, Dia Sawan started toying with the notion of a club like no other he'd ever seen.The owner of Byblos along Philadelphia's formidable Rittenhouse Row whose family formed a dynasty of the area's best Mediterranean restaurants (Cedars, Fez) had already made his hookah lounge and restaurant a sensation before that trend commenced. Why not try to strike lightening twice. That's why two years later, there's Vango Lounge & Sky Bar at 116 S. 18th Street - the boldest of Philadelphia's restaurant lounges starring some of the best names in the food and DJ business. If the address seems familiar to Sawan watchers, it should: his intimate Byblos is below Vango at the same address. But from its massive oak doors and portal windows below to its dramatic roof deck view of the city above, no one will ever confuse the two. That's just the start. At somewhere around 8,000 square feet, Vango is as massive a space as it was an undertaking to get just the right custom made elements from around the world to fill the big rooms. "That's why it took so long," says Sawan. "Everything had to be unique. No. Everything is really and truly unique, personal even." Perhaps that's why Sawan decided to oversee the vision of Vango with help from several prominent designers. Along the walls of its second floor walkup, there's over 200 carved out spaces into which is an illuminated vodka bottle. If that sounds strange, it's meant to. Says Sawan: "We put up the bottles. The vodka companies gave us the product." Smart. Smarter still is the crinkle-crushed-velvet along Vango's second-floor walls spectacularly speckled by a zillion inlaid lights. There's Nina Hazouri's plush custom-made and upholstered cushioned couches; set pieces tucked within private booths and below grand dramatic archways. "Everything is custom-made for Vango, says Sawan, pointing out even the littlest details.
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