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Pre-Theatre menu? Zola?

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Yum Feb 20, 2006 01:13 PM

I've discovered that a great way to try out "fancier" restaurants are pre-theatre menus. I'm trying out Zola tonight (3 course meal for $28) - do they do a good pre-theatre menu? Are there better ones? I've heard that Tosca and Cafe Atlantico also do a pre-theater menu - are those ones more worth it? Any advice much appreciated!

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    hopeinmee Dec 1, 2007 11:58 AM

    Does anyone have any additional recommendations for pre-theater menus in the downtown area? I am going to the theater tomorrow night and am trying to decide where to do dinner before hand. I was thinking that it would be great to try some of the pre-theater menus.

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      aklewis78 Feb 21, 2006 10:05 AM

      Both Atlantico and Tosca offer pre-theater menus at similar price points.

      Other pre-theater menu options in that general area include Bistro d'Oc, Poste, and Butterfield 9.

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