With one season (tourist) gone and another season (hurricane) upon us, local restaurants are stepping up summer promotions to make sure this season (of the witch) isn't their last.
Latest is Boca's ZED451, the foodie churrascaria, which recently cut the price of its prix fixe. The all-you-can-gobble-until-your-stomach-explodes dinner menu dropped from $55 to $39 per person.
There's also the "ZED Unplugged" happy hour, sort of like MTV Unplugged with snacks and no Kurt Cobain. Acoustic musicians Adam Fine, Jerry Leeman and Carl Schmid will perform, accompanied by $4 brewskis and $5 house wines and well drinks, as well as munchies from deviled eggs and spiced nuts to grilled sirloin salad and linguica sliders, with prices ranging from $2 to $6. All this happens daily from 5 p.m. until closing or until the seasons say otherwise.
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