m.onday deal — Russell House Tavern

Pretty much everyone has been raving about Harvard Square newbie Russell House Tavern. From the food (“tempura poached egg, it’s like they’re in my head and know my dreams”) to the drinks (“”Oh Drink, if you were in any more of a convenient location, I would probably develop a severe drinking problem.” A quote taken directly from my review of Drink a few months ago. Let the substance abuse begin…”) to the service (“The service was great, when greeted at the door I instantly felt welcome”), we think it’s fair to say that the HS dining scene has been forever changed. While we agree with all of the fanfare, the thing we’re raving most about is their unique wine on tap program.

Wine? On Tap? Yea. That’s what we said. Before you start reverting back to memories of college keggers, use the logical part of your brain to realize how cool of a concept this is! Not only does storing wine in a keg ensure freshness in every glass, but because it’s bought in bulk, you (imbiber) get a superior local product at a super low price (5 bucks a glass, every day)! Hey, when you think about it that way…kudos to Russell House for bringing the idea to Boston!

To introduce you to the beauty of wine on tap, we bring you a very special m.onday deal. Today only, you’ll enjoy two glasses of wine on tap, accompanied by a dozen oysters, for only $22.00! This deal would normally cost $34.00 (the deal here is in the oysters — we’re bringing them to you half off — because the wine is already so cheap there’s no where to discount it!), representing a 35% discount.

So get on over to Harvard Square and see what all of the fuss is about.  And then write and let us know what’s your rave!

Fine Print:

  • One order of 12 oysters and 2 glasses of wine on tap per person.
  • No substitutions.
  • Offer available only today — Monday April 26, 2010 — until close.

How to Redeem:

  • All you’ve got to do is mention m.onday deal to the bartender or your server.

Posted By: marketingmarlo

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