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$75 for a Three-Course Meal for Two with a Bottle of Wine, $140 for Four People & Two Bottles of Wine, or $190 for Six People & Three Bottles of Wine (value up to $457.50)
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- Transport yourself to the past without the need of a Delorean.
- Grab a three-course meal with a bottle of wine at Daddy O's for two, four, or six people starting from $75.
- Kick back in a contemporary restaurant with a fun, 1940s/50s twist.
- Enjoy live blues, jazz, electric blues, folk and soul music five times a week.
The good old days of the past are often crystallised in monochromatic images, fuzzy recordings and even hazier stories told by our elders. While they can often feel like a distant memory, today's deal transports you back in time to a place where all of the sensations of the past – including some gourmet food – are all there for you to enjoy. And you won't even have to hit 88 miles per hour to get there—all you have to is click Buy.
Grab a three-course meal with a bottle of wine at Daddy O's. Pay $75 for a three-course meal for two people, with a bottle of wine, $140 for a three-course meal and two bottles of wine for four people, or $190 for a three-course meal and three bottles of wine for six people.
Your three-course meal includes:
Choice of pork rillets, scallops, or bruschetta
Choice of chicken Ballottine, spicy fish, vegetarian roulade
Choice of Dauphine potatoes, panache of seasonal vegetables with garlic olive oil, Peperonata, leek bread pudding, green beans with feta, or mixed green salad
- Dessert :
Choice of any dessert excluding cheese board
Choice of house Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, or Merlot
With an atmosphere that feels straight out of the 40s and 50s, with live blues, folk, jazz and soul music, Daddy O's offers an affordable and fun dining experience that's like no other.
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For example, if you spend $50 on a $100 dining voucher but don't use it before the expiry date, you will still be entitled to $50 worth of food and beverage services at that business for an additional three months.
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