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Ten Deals to Try for Dine Out Lauderdale

Everyone likes to get in on a good deal. Whether it's an end of season sale, a buy one get one, or an amazing discounted meal things feel better when you're saving some cash.

Starting last week and running through November 7, Dine Out Lauderdale features over forty Broward County restaurants with three-course meals for $35 per person -- it's kind of hard to beat that.

To help you conserve time and funds, we have a list of ten must-try places while Dine Out is still around.

See Also: Dine Out Lauderdale Starts Next Week: Prix Fixe Menu Deals at Local Restaurants

Unless otherwise specified, these deals are offered Sunday through Thursday nights, excluding the week of the boat show.

10. Chima

This all-you-can eat Las Olas spot is not known for being inexpensive; however, if you can really stuff your face, it's probably a deal. For Dine Out, it's offering appetizers, unlimited salad bar, eat-all-you-want rodizio (grilled meats), and choice of tiramisu, cheesecake, and key lime.

9. McCoy's Oceanfront

Offered every night of the week, this new Pompano Beach waterfront spot is featuring three appetizers, baby mixed greens, summer vegetable soup au pistou, and crispy calamari, with an optional $10 add-on for pan-seared New England sea scallops; three entrees, including blackened salmon, spaghetti and meatballs, all natural chicken breast, and a grilled beef tenderloin for an extra $20; and three desserts - high road ice cream, lemon tart, and New York cheesecake.

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Sara Ventiera

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