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Wednesday, August 14, 2013

A savory city in August: Deals on meals in Little Rock

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Save 15% off your order at any Casa Manana in #LittleRock when you mention #SavortheCity!

#SavortheCity during Bosco's Happy Hour weekdays 3:30 to 6:30. Enjoy a special menu w/appetizer specials, $1 off pints and more!

Head to Gusano's and #SavortheCity with a $7.49 lunch special including a 8" one topping pizza, side salad and soft drink!

Yes, the Twittersphere is alive with deals on meals from the more than 100 restaurants participating in Little Rock Restaurant Month, aka Savor the City, throughout August. Restaurants are showing off their culinary skills, from pizza to poached prawns, at such locally celebrated spots as 1620 Savoy (free dessert souffle with purchase of an entree), Brave New Restaurant (avocado chicken salad served with an avocado half, crustinis and fruit and cheese for $10.50), Cafe Bossa Nova (Moquechca for $21.19), Damgoode Pies (dinner for two, with appetizer, 10" signature pie and two drinks for $19.99) and more.

Remember, you must ask your server about the specials!

Check out the Savor Twitter feed for more deals.

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