Monday Recession Specials
We’re updating our popular Recession Specials feature. We’ve added wallet saving deals like Meme’s four-course, $38 prix fixe with $5 glasses of wine. If you’ve got some suggestions of your own, please add them to the comments. In a week we’ll compile the additions and roll them all into Recession Specials 2.0.
Note, the requirements are these deals include a food component, this is not a drinking guide (not that thereâ€™s anything wrong with that, weâ€™re just trying to keep it focused).
McGillin’s Olde Ale House: half price pizzas and $5 pitchers of Coors Light & PBR
Table 31: $9 bar menu, $7 martinis, $5 wines, $3 draft and bottled beer in the bar & lounge (Monday-Saturday)
Vango: half price apps all night and $3 wine beer and martinis
Wrap Shack Kitchen & Bar – $10 deal on special wraps and paired with a beer or cocktail. (Sunday through Saturday)
Butcher and Singer – For a limited time Butcher & Singer is offering a 24 ounce ribeye is just $18.
Devil’s Alley Mama Devil’s Kitchen: $17.50 for three courses of comfort food (Homemade soup or mixed greens salad, choice of comfort food classics like Beer Can chicken, BBQ’d Turkey Meatloaf, Stout Braised Beef & Mushroom Shepherd’s Pie or Lager Battered Fish & Chips. Dessert usually includes a choice between homemade bread pudding, seasonal fruit tarts & triple layer chocolate cake.)
Gnocchi: Two people, 2 salads, 2 entrees, 2 desserts and 2 coffees for $25 total (Monday through Thursday)
Seafood Unlimited: All-you-can-eat mussles for $10.95. Choose red marinara or garlic and herbs.
Sole Food: 3 course seasonal menu for two for just $40
Above $20, [but still a deal]
Bistrot La Minette: Early evening prix fixe delivers three courses for $25 to diners seated before 6:30pm. (Monday through Friday)
Cuba Libre: $39 for three-course dinner, comes and you get a free overnight stay at the Tropicana in Atlantic City. (Sunday through Friday)
Derek’s: 3 courses for $32.99, $36 with two glasses of wine. (Daily)
DiNardo’s: All-you-can-eat crabs with fries and slaw for $32.
Lacroix: $35 for 3-course dinner. (Sunday through Thursday)
Le Bec-Fin: $35 for 3-course prix fixe dinner. Classic Degustation for $50 (Monday through Friday)
Matyson: $45 four course prix-fixe. (Monday-Thursday)
MÃ©mÃ©: $38 for four-course prix-fixe. There are also 3 different wines pouring for $5 each.
Saloon: $1 oysters, $5 house wine and $20.95 for 16oz porterhouse at the bar. (Monday through Friday)
Supper: $35 prix fixe menu includes a glass of beer or wine. (Monday through Friday)
Table 31: $35 prix fixe menu from 5 to 7 pm. (Monday-Saturday)
Zahav: Ta’Yim, Salatim and Hummus, choice of three plates and choice of dessert for $36.
Zot: $25 all-you-can-eat mussels, includes house salad and one drink. CASH ONLY.