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New Orleans is renowned for its foodie culture -- you can't throw a beignet without hitting a world-class restaurant. With this offer from LivingSocial's 918 F Street, bring a taste of the Big Easy home after a three-hour cooking class taught by 'Nawlins native Chef Moses Jackson: Pay $59 for general admission, $79 for VIP admission with front row seating, or $84 for Chef's Corner seating and a souvenir glass. A graduate of the Culinary Institute of New Orleans and formerly under the tutelage of renown Chef Emeril Lagasse, Chef Moses has more than two decades of experience in the industry (including managing his own catering company) -- plenty of time to refine his signature Creole and Cajun recipes. Through demonstrations and hands-on guidance, Chef Moses will help you prepare a veritable Southern feast: New Orleans-style barbecue shrimp; hearty, flavorful chicken and sausage gumbo; pecan-crusted catfish with the chef's signature mirliton slaw; and decadent bananas foster. After this trip down Bourbon Street by way of your stomach, you'll be well on your way to turning your kitchen into a five-star restaurant.
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Limit 1 per table per visit • Valid only for dine-in at dinner • Reservations recommended and subject to availability • Excludes holidays and prix fixe menu • Entire value must be used in a single visit
Included in Washingtonian's list of Very Best Restaurants, this Portuguese spot has a touch of Mediterranean flair, showcased in dishes like frango à piri piri, grilled chicken doused in piri piri sauce: • $12 for $25 to spend on food and drink at dinner • Restaurant has been featured in Gourmet and Bethesda magazines • Try the fish stew with sea scallops, shrimp, clams, mussels, bell peppers, & potatoes "I'm talking golden, fluffy-centered cod fritters; spicy roast chicken with a field of hot potato chips; fish staged with chorizo and chickpeas; and the justly famous soup of shredded kale, potatoes and sausage known as caldo verde." - The Washington Post Discover the Tastes of Portugal Tucked away in the basement of an unassuming bank building, this praised spot is the very definition of a hidden gem. Settle into the old world-style dining room and savor rustic Portuguese cuisine like the grilled lamb chops with port-wine sauce and New York strip with Madeira that one Washingtonian reviewer loved. Tavira's Website
We all know that some of the greatest artists of all time have arisen out of Italy: da Vinci, Michelangelo... Boyardee? Regard your own edible Italian work of art with today's deal: $10 for $20 Toward Brick Oven Pizza, Sandwiches and More! Siciliano is a brand-new addition to Great Falls, serving up hot, fresh Italian entrees daily. The recipe of their success is really quite simple. Take quality, fresh ingredients, mix with just the right spices and serve with a side of excellent customer service and you've got yourself a piping hot, ready to eat meal from Siciliano! Choose from appetizers such as Polpettina ($4.95) - homemade meatballs, just like mama used to make, or Crab and Shrimp Alfredo Dip ($7.95) - a unique take on succulent seafood dip, served with crisp crostini, that's sure to become an instant classic. Dine on signature brick -oven pizza pies, topped with your choice of fresh toppings OR try a specialty pie like the Triple Play, crowned with a medley of Italian sausage, pepperoni and meatballs OR the Buffalo Chicken, with tender roasted chicken breast, tossed in buffalo sauce and olive oil. Just to name a couple. Hot and ready paninis, crisp, fresh salads and signature pasta dishes- there's something for everyone at Siciliano so come hungry and leave with a new favorite Italian restaurant.
$20 for $40 Worth of German Food and Drinks The menu of authentic German dishes includes bavarian pretzel rolls served with beer cheese and mustard ($5–$9) and wurstplatten sausage platters with bratwurst, bauernwurst, knackwurst, potato pancakes, and sauerkraut ($10). Entrees such as an open-faced meatloaf sandwich topped with smashed fingerling potatoes, tomatoes, and gravy ($12) can be accompanied by more than two dozen German lagers, weizens, and pilsners from the bar.
Ancient Italians were renowned for eating every part of the angels they hunted—even the hair. Enjoy divine flavor with this Groupon. Choose from Three Options $15 for $30 worth of Italian food at lunch $30 for $60 worth of Italian food at dinner $62 for a family-style dinner for four (up to a $125.70 total value) Two family-size appetizers (up to a $21.95 value each) Two family-size pasta entrees (up to a $32.95 value each) Two desserts (up to a $7.95 value each) At dinner, chefs plate northern Italian specialties such as linguine di grano intero, or whole-wheat pasta with ...
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