As part of a weekly installment, L’Eurocana will scour discount sites to inform you of the best offers that enhance the Eurocana experience without blowing up your budget. This week it’s all about food (and some drink) for our Los Angeles Eurocanas.
$45 for Italian style brunch tapas (known as cicchetti) and two bottomless brunch drinks in a chalkboard and wine-bottle atmosphere. Bacaro LA
$30 for a $60 Groupon toward a French dinner for two. Expect a left bank bistro ambiance. Le Petit Bistro
$15 for $25 towards brunch on Saturday or Sunday or $25 for $40 towards dinner. Can’t decide whether you want to eat Italian or French? Eat a fusion of both in a comfortably chic setting with elegant mirrors and lots of red. Napoleon and Josephine
$24 for a wine and cheese tasting for two or $35 for a $50 dining credit. At this fromagerie, enjoy three house-selected wines per person and a cheese plate to share with three selections. With more than 100 cheeses from around the world, you’ll never know what you’ll get. Or use your dining credit to savor cheese and meat boards or a baguette sandwich paired with your beverage of choice. Wheel House Cheese
$39 for premium wine and a charcuterie board for two or $49 for a smoked fish platter for two with wine. Delight in a spread of classic offerings such as black truffle salami and wild boar saucisson or smoked sardines and spice tsar cut salmon. Paired with 2008 Louis Latour Marsannay or Petit Bourgeois respectively in an effortless casually elegant environment. Petrossian (Yes, this is the same Petrossian that was founded in Paris in 1920 and is famous for its caviar).