Thursday April 30, 2009
There are 48 participating restaurants this year, the most ever. They've also changed the game a little bit by bending the three-for-$30 rules. For example, the Parlor's first course offers a choice of beer, wine, or a martini in lieu of an appetizer, and for dessert diners will receive a ticket to the comedy show or one hour of pool. The Garage is doing something similar, offering two hours of bowling or pool instead of dessert; and Al Boccalino will be throwing in a cup of espresso at no additional charge.
Urban Eats runs Sun.-Thurs., May 3-31 (excluding Mother's Day).