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Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Restaurant Month Week 3: Eat out, save money

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click to enlarge Order this at Big Orange and your cheese dip or hummus will be gratis.
  • Order this at Big Orange and your cheese dip or hummus will be gratis.

We’re in Week 3 of Little Rock Restaurant Month, which means you’ll find discounts at eateries in West Little Rock through Aug. 21. Here’s an around-the-world tour:

Head to Big Orange on 17809 Chenal Parkway for free cheese dip or hummus with your burger or salad, or feed your kid for free while you and a friend enjoy entrees at Cantina Cinco de Mayo, 25 Rahling Circle. Corky’s Ribs & BBQ, 12005 Westhaven, is taking $2 off the Cajun shrimp dinner, and Diane’s Gourmet at 11121 N. Rodney Parham will add a free fourth casserole when you buy three. There are $5 cocktails at Sky Modern Japanese at 11525 Cantrell (and half off your second appetizer), a free child’s dinner with the purchase of an adult entree at Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe, 12800 Chenal Parkway, and 15 percent off a dinner entrée at Star of India in the Westchase Plaza. There are many more deals to be had, of course.

Starting Aug. 22, the deals will be in Southwest Little Rock, at Bobby D's Southern Cuisine, Chatz Cafe, Chicken King, D’Carlo Pizzeria & Ristorante, Desi’s Sweets Bakery and lots of other places. Here's the complete list. 


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