The Manhattan Beach restaurant is issuing early-birds a time-card for bar menu deals.
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Cocktails are discounted to six-bucks, while nigiri and yakitori are just ten, starting at 2:30 each day.
The restaurant offer five dishes, cocktails, and wines-by-the-glass until 7:00 P.M. each night.
All food and drink will be 30% off, as long as you're watching the clock.
Drink deals by the sea from 7:00-10:00 P.M.
Five-dollars drinks and satays outta make you very happy.
The daily deal offers six dollar drinks and a changing roster of garden pizzas.
The daily two-hour deals are accompanied by a menu of Southern barbecue dishes by Michael Bryant.
The new selection offers Brendan Collins' take on Indian, Italian, and British staples.
Two different sides of town, similar low prices on booze and food.
The discounted drinks still seem to be a draw over the edible selections.
Assessing the streety-ness of Bayless' new discounted offerings.
No bite goes above four bucks for two hours each weekday.
The former Misfit chef introduces gluten-free crust and vegan cheese for Downtowners needing a more careful approach to pizza.
We never thought we'd see the original moneyed farm-to-table spot sport such low prices.
The beer bar also serves a "hoppy meal" combo, with jidori wings, but no toy.
Expect David LeFevre's buttermilk bacon cheddar biscuits to provide a new angle on Eggs Benedict.
Catch a carafe of boozy aguas frescas for fifteen bucks.
We'll go for the discounted duck confit we adored under Sebastien Archambault.
The deals end with the Super Bowl.