Chicago Gourmet may never be this cheap again.
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Rather than stressing about how to score a seat at Amada or Buddakan, consider one of the newcomers to Restaurant Week.
Three more sites offering discounts set their sights on the West Coast.
Chef Pete Miller will serve up crabs to be paired with Bell's beers.
The Baseball Tavern will offer $7 hurricanes all weekend long.
Keeping dining out to wine a free ticket to Chicago Gourmet.
In honor of Burning Man, Contigo's offering half off bottles.
Take heed, restaurants. You may not want that sudden, huge surge of discount business.
To celebrate its birthday, the Japanese chain is cutting prices and sponsoring a new non-profit.
There's a big list of dishes under ten bucks, and a lunch menu that includes three courses for $6.
Fancy lunches for six, delivered by a variety of restaurants, are being auctioned off to benefit an alternative public school.
Chef Peter Woolsey will prepare and serve a special four-course prix fixe menu for $22.
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BlackBoard Eats just announced their latest SF deal, which is a special prix fixe at Another Monkey that includes an appetizer, salad, entrée, and cocktail or wine for $30. As always, you've got 24 hours to claim a passcode (or...
Menus of three-dollar Japanese cuisine and cocktails mark the Downtown restaurant's third anniversary.
A new happy hour and new dishes are also being added by Claudia Kihui.