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Dine Out Lauderdale 2012 Restaurants: It Starts Monday, October 1

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There's little more than a week until Dine Out Lauderdale kicks off (it starts Monday, October 1). That gives South Florida diners a little time to sort through the special three-course menus on offer at the 40 participating restaurants, which range from Hallandale Beach north to Lighthouse Point, and as far west as Weston. Roughly 75 percent of the restaurants are in Fort Lauderdale.

For six weeks, these menus will be offered at a $35 fixed price, though some of the restaurants impose blackout dates for the deal (i.e. during the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show or weekend nights, etc.). Depending on the restaurant you choose, this can be a mouth-watering and memorable bargain. Or, it can be a less-than-enthralling endeavor at a so-so price.

In the coming weeks, Clean Plate Charlie will take a closer look at what's on the menu. In the meantime, take a look at who's participating in Dine Out Lauderdale 2012.

15th Street Fisheries

3030 Ocean Restaurant

Acquolina Italian Restaurant

Blue Moon Fish Co.

By Word of Mouth

Cafe Maxx

The Capital Grille

China Grill

Coco Asian Bistro & Bar

Dapur

Dos Caminos

East End Brasserie

Ernie's Italian Chophouse (new this year)

Grateful Palate

Grille 66 & Bar

Ilios

Indigo Restaurant

Ireland's Steakhouse

Johnny V Restaurant

Le Bistro

Mai-Kai

Market 17

The Melting Pot

Morton's The Steakhouse

North Ocean Grille

Primavera Restaurant

Rivals Waterfront Sports Grille

Ruth's Chris Steak House

SAIA

SoLita

Spazio Fine Italian Cuisine

Steak 954

Sunfish Grill

Tee-Jay Thai Sushi (Wilton Manors)

Tower Club

Tundra Restaurant

Tuscan Grill

Truluck's Seafood, Steak & Crab House

Via Luna

Dine Out Lauderdale is October 1 through November 8.



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