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Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Late night at Ferneau and downtown pizza

Posted By on Wed, Sep 10, 2008 at 4:01 PM

Forgot to add this last week:

Chef Donnie Ferneau reports that he's ending lunch service at his upscale Hillcrest restaurant Ferneau and adding a late-night menu, which he'll offer from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Thursday through Saturday. Items on the menu, like an open-faced barbecue short-rib sandwich, tuna nachos, chicken-fried pork tenderloin and shoe-string fries, will be priced lower than dinner entrees, Ferneau says. The new menu went into effect today last Thursday. Ferneau says he'll also host live music Thursday through Saturday and a movie night in his private dining room on Thursdays.

The Courtyard by Marriot Downtown, in the First Security Building on President Clinton Avenue, is now offering Hunt Brothers Pizza in its lobby bar for dine-in, pick-up or delivery in the downtown area. Pizzas come in 12-inch sizes only, with thin or hand-tossed crust and an unlimited number of toppings for $13. Place an order by calling 975-9800.

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