Sundays are half-priced wine nights!

Sit down and relax. Let us pour you a glass from a half-priced bottle.

Sit down and relax. Let us pour you a glass from a half-priced bottle.

Sundays are wonderfully leisurely days. Family, football, long naps, perusing a thick newspaper and leisurely sipping coffee are on the list of activities that we’ve all come to associate with Sundays. More than any other day of the week, it’s associated with rest and enjoyment.

It’s not a typical night to dine out, but we want to change that notion. Dining out on Sunday is a great way to get ready for the week ahead. Think about taking some time with your spouse or best friend to leisurely enjoy a wonderful meal and connect before the work week begins. It takes your mind off of the work ahead and more towards the great pleasure of friendship, family and great meals.

Sunday is a great night to reserve your favorite table, as it’s a slower night for us, and most restaurants in general. Since it’s an off-beat choice, we’ve got some great incentives to offer you. We’re offer select bottles of wine for half-off. A few that meet the criteria in all eight locations ar2009 Harris Merlote Nickel & Nickel Harris Vineyard Merlot and Medina Vineyard Chardonnay, Silver Chardonnay by Mer Soleil and Joel Gott “815” Cabernet Sauvignon.

Another great incentive for dining out on Sunday nights: we offer double platinum points for our Platinum Club members. If you’re not a member, it’s well worth it. You’ll earn rewards after just a few visits, and the membership pays for itself.

We’re looking forward to seeing you some Sunday night. We still recommend reservations, even though it’s a more laid-back time. You can do that easily through Open Table or through our web site,


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