Brunch for Two

$102 $60 41% Off
Includes
  • Two entrees
  • One side to share
  • Choice of one pitcher of bellini, mimosa or Bloody Mary
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Dinner for Two

$175 $120 40% Off
Includes
  • Two starters
  • Two entrees
  • One dessert to share
  • Two cocktails per person (four total)
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Brunch for Six

$275 $165 40% Off
Includes
  • Six entrees
  • Three sides for the table
  • Two desserts for the table
  • Coffee or tea per person
  • One brunch cocktail per person (six total)
  • Two bottles of house selected champagne
Quantity:

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What we love

  • Start the weekend off right with your choice of mimosas, signature Essex Street sangria or Bloody Marys (made here with a spicy kick of Daddy's Secret Bloody Mix and Absolut Peppar).
  • Egg dishes offer twists on traditional favorites. Think mac-and-cheese omelettes with Gruyere, Vermont butter and cheese mascarpone, and Roberto's Huevo Rancheros made with ham, bacon, black beans and rice in a crispy tortilla.
  • Hearty appetites are satisfied by the smoked salmon ciabatta filled with whipped cream cheese, heirloom tomatoes and capers. Sweet treats include cornflake-crusted French toast made with challah, maple mascarpone and homemade ricotta.
  • Sides range from the straightforward (maple-glazed bacon and seasonal fruit) to the decadent (truffle tater tots or mac-and-cheese).

What to know

  • Redeem by: Saturday, May 3, 2014
  • Offer is final sale and non-refundable
  • Available on Saturdays and Sundays only
  • Reservations are required
  • Must be 21 or over to attend; valid government ID required
  • Subject to availability; please call well in advance of desired date
  • Gratuity is not included; we recommend tipping on the full value of the service(s)
  • Tax is not included in this price and will be charged upon redemption
  • Voucher may be used to obtain the discount until May 3, 2014; after this date, the voucher is valid for the amount paid for five years from date of purchase, longer if provided by law

What we love

  • You'll peruse a cocktail list that evokes this restaurant's old-school vibe. Think libations with names like the Eastman's Riot, the Bowery Mission and the Essex Street Market Sangria.
  • The appetizers showcase the richness of the Lower East Side's culture - think Chinese-spiced pork belly sliders, East Coast oysters, and Latin-infused lobster tacos with pico de gallo.
  • Comfort food abounds, such as the fried chicken paired with kohlrabi slaw, Manischewitz-braised short-ribs, and Yukon gold potata gnocchi with spicy merguez.
  • The dessert menu reads like a list of sweet childhood treats, with options including s'mores, cookies and ice cream, and house-made "Twinkies."

What to know

  • Redeem by: Wednesday, April 30, 2014
  • Offer is final sale and non-refundable
  • Available on Saturdays and Sundays only
  • Reservations are required
  • Must be 21 or over to attend; valid government ID required
  • Subject to availability; please call well in advance of desired date
  • Gratuity is not included; we recommend tipping on the full value of the service(s)
  • Tax is not included in this price and will be charged upon redemption
  • Voucher may be used to obtain the discount until April 30, 2014; after this date, the voucher is valid for the amount paid for five years from date of purchase, longer if provided by law

What we love

  • Start the weekend off right with your choice of mimosas, signature Essex Street sangria or Bloody Marys (made here with a spicy kick of Daddy's Secret Bloody Mix and Absolut Peppar).
  • Egg dishes offer twists on traditional favorites. Think mac-and-cheese omelettes with Gruy√®re, Vermont butter and cheese mascarpone, and Roberto's Huevo Rancheros made with ham, bacon, black beans and rice in a crispy tortilla.
  • Hearty appetites are satisfied by the smoked salmon ciabatta filled with whipped cream cheese, heirloom tomatoes and capers. Sweet treats include cornflake-crusted French toast made with challah, maple mascarpone and homemade ricotta.
  • Sides range from the straightforward (maple-glazed bacon and seasonal fruit) to the decadent (truffle tater tots or mac-and-cheese).

What to know

  • Redeem by: Saturday, May 3, 2014
  • Offer is final sale and non-refundable
  • Available on Saturdays and Sundays only
  • Reservations are required
  • Must be 21 or over to attend; valid government ID required
  • Subject to availability; please call well in advance of desired date
  • Gratuity is not included; we recommend tipping on the full value of the service(s)
  • Tax is not included in this price and will be charged upon redemption
  • Voucher may be used to obtain the discount until May 3, 2014; after this date, the voucher is valid for the amount paid for five years from date of purchase, longer if provided by law

Taking its name from the Sons of Liberty - patriots in lower Manhattan who stood up to the British during the Revolutionary era - Sons of Essex celebrates the diversity and history that keep a neighborhood strong over centuries. Boasting a menu that reflects the area's cultural melting pot, the restaurant serves dishes that combine traditional American comfort-food recipes with international touches. Keeping with the historic focus, the dining room is covered in flea market finds and photos (courtesy of the nearby Tenement Museum) of L.E.S. residents from over the decades. A soundtrack of old-school and contemporary hip-hop tracks provide an appropriate addition to the cultural swirl.

Start with cocktails like the Pushcart (Woodfood Reserve, sweet vermouth, green Chartreuse, peach bitters and cherry garnish) or choose something from the restaurant's wide selection of wine and beer. Then, dig into savory appetizers like lump crab melts and Chinese-spiced pork belly sliders. Entrees range from organic Irish salmon and Manischewitz-braised short ribs to a grilled bone-in pork chop, topped with sauteed apples and graham cracker-butter crumbs. Finish with homemade "Twinkies" or banana beignets and you'll leave with a whole new appreciation for the Lower East Side.