The 3 courses for $30 menu offer available at tidbit every Sunday evening is included in the Seattle Times today in a piece about restaurants offering deals on food and beverages.
The article Restaurants try to keep diners dining amid recession worries is written by Karen Gaudette...........
Other promotions abound (ask your favorite hangout or check its Web site for specials. Many vary their deals by the day, such as Half-price Wine Wednesdays or Two-For-One Thursdays):
• Seattle's Tidbit Bistro is offering three courses for $30 every Sunday evening.
• Applebee's Neighborhood Grill & Bar restaurants are offering all-you-can-eat ribs, chicken fingers and crispy shrimp (Bellevue, Renton, Tukwila, Bothell, Lynnwood, Everett and Federal Way, dine in only).
• Palisade in Seattle is offering a $32 three-course menu Sunday through Friday before 6 p.m. and Saturday before 5 p.m.
• Morton's 5-7 p.m. happy hour in downtown Seattle now includes complimentary filet-mignon finger sandwiches.
• TGIFriday's restaurants (Kirkland) are offering smaller versions of favorite entrees at lower prices, starting at $6.99-$9.99.
• Seattle's BOKA Kitchen & Bar is offering a "Recession Concession" special: Two pork empanadas and a double serving of its cucumber-melon tequila cocktail for $8 during happy hour.
• Il Fornaio in Seattle is offering free antipasti (fresh pasta, bruschetta and pizza) at its 4-6 p.m. weekday happy hour.