Cantine can mean a lot of different things in a lot of different languages -- cellar, winery, even saloon. But today's deal from Cantine Bar & Grill in the flower market strip only translates to top-notch international plates: pay $60 for $120 to spend on dinner, or pay $25 for $50 to spend on food and drink at brunch. Restaurateur Joey Bersani has conjugated familiar dishes to include transcontinental twists, all enjoyed in an eclectic dining room of earth tones, plush armchairs, and exposed brick walls to match. Perfect for a three-course dinner for two with wine or a girls' night out for four, this deal will define global gourmet with astounding international nods -- mussels available in European, Asian, and Indian sauces; the meaty crab cakes dusted in panko bread crumbs; and salad Niçoise. And for brunch, crêpes are translated into sweet and savoury dishes alike, along with steaks, frittatas, and omelettes, which are all reviewed as being delicious no matter how you spell it.
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PAID AND PROMOTIONAL VALUES EXPIRES ON October 27, 2012
Cantine Bar & Grill
$120 to Spend on Food and Drink at Dinner (Pay $60) or $50 to Spend on Food and Drink at Brunch (Pay $25)