Most foodies like to sample as much food as possible when going out to eat. We mean, how can you really judge a chef and a restaurant without eating your way through the entire menu? Seriously.
While your taste-buds may enjoy the multitude of courses, you're wallet is probably less friendly toward the try-all-you-want sentiment. Fortunately, that doesn't have to be the case this month.
Starting next week, Dine Out Lauderdale will be bringing inexpensive restaurant deals to town for an entire month.
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Staring on next Tuesday and running through November 7, as part of Dine Out Lauderdale, 38 Broward County spots will be offering three course menu deals for just $35 per person.
While many of the featured restaurants have participated in the past, the program has brought new deals to the table this year, such as Ocean 2000 at the Pelican Grand, Thasos Greek Taverna, Wild Sea Oyster Bar & Grille, and more.
As part of the savings celebration, the program is offering an official drink this year, the Hello Sunny Tropitini mixes up 1800 Coconut Tequila with pineapple juice and lime at several of the involved establishments.
Here is the full list of spots featuring deals for the month:
Amatsu Sushi & Sake at the Westin Beach Resort & Spa, Fort Lauderdale
da Campo Osteria at il Lugano
Dos Caminos at the Sheraton Fort Lauderdale Beach Hotel
Grille 66 & Bar Restaurant at the Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six
Indigo Restaurant at the Riverside Hotel
Ocean 2000 at the Pelican Grand
SAIA at B Ocean Fort Lauderdale
Sea Level at Harbor Beach Marriott Resort & Spa
Shula's on the Beach at the Westin Beach Resort & Spa
Steak 954 at the W Fort Lauderdale
Thasos Greek Taverna
3030 Ocean at the Harbor Beach Marriott Resort & Spa
Via Luna at The Ritz-Carlton, Fort Lauderdale
Wild Sea Oyster Bar & Grille at the Riverside Hotel
Rivals at The Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa
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McCoy's Restaurant at the Pompano Beach Marriott
Ireland's Steakhouse at the Bonaventure Resort & Spa
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