50% Off at The Mussel Pot Restaurant (Greenwich Village)

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Deal Details:

  • One voucher per table
  • Reservations required (please call)
  • Not valid toward alcohol
  • For mussel menu only
  • Cannot be combined with other offers
  • Expiration date: January 27, 2012

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Take 50% off any bill up to $40!

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The Mussel Pot

174 Bleecker Street
New York, NY 10012

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The Mussel Pot: Take 50% off any bill up to $40

Owned by Russian-Americans, this newly-opened restaurant is situated in the heart of West Village on Bleecker Street. Come and enjoy over two dozen different MUSSEL preparations with sauces and incredients from American, Italian, Asian, French, Mexican, Brazilian, and Greek cuisines:

Here is just a small taste of the mussel dishes you might enjoy:

  • NEW YORK – buffalo sauce, carrots, celery, blue cheese crumbles
  • ITALIAN PESTO – basil, pine nuts, parmigiano reggiano, olive oil, garlic cream
  • THAI – red curry, lemongrass, cilantro, coconut milk, couscous
  • INDIAN – red curry, tomato, coconut milk, ginger, cloves, coriander, butter, chives, lime
  • PROVENCAL – white wine, shallots, cherry tomatoes, garlic, basil
  • BOUILLABAISSE – fresh scallops, clams, shrimp, thick saffron broth
  • OAXACAN – piquillo peppers, onions, chorizo, queso fresco, fresh tomato, cilantro

And then of course let’s not forget the sides:

  • Israeli couscous salad
  • Cut mussel pot fries
  • Sauteed spinach
  • Sweet potato fries

And, as always, we listen to what others are saying:

“I always like looking for new restaurants and to try new things. I went here with some friends a few days ago and absolutely loved this restaurant. it is so cozy and beautiful and the outdoor garden with waterfall and pond is breathtaking.” Insider Pages

“It was my first time eating at The Mussel Pot. The food was great, the service was friendly and very attentive.” OpenTable

“Went here with a group of friends & had an awesome experience. It’s always cool to find a restaurant with a unique concept.” Insider Pages