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Thursday, August 14, 2014

Savor the specials at South on Main, etc.

Posted By on Thu, Aug 14, 2014 at 10:42 AM

At Leo's Greek Castle.
  • At Leo's Greek Castle.

There's lots of flavor to savor as Savor the City continues this month at 105 Little Rock restaurants, where you'll find deals on meals. (How's that for poetry?) For example: $2 off the Blue Plate Lunch special at South on Main, a free one-scoop sundae with your entree at Purple Cow, 20 percent off the appetizers at Sonny Williams's Steak Room (ooh, now you can get the lump crab cakes for about $12!), a 75-cent PBR at Leo's Greek Castle

The fifth annual STC runs through August; grab a copy of the Arkansas Times to see the latest specials or go to the LRCVB's Savor site or Twitter page @LittleRockCVB.  

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