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Aug 8, 2006 01:37 AM

Looking for restaurants that offer "deals" on certain nights of the week...

Ok, I'm on a budget, I admit it. So I'm looking for any restaurants that offer deals on certain nights of the week....anywhere in L.A. In Burbank, Bistro Provence has a family night Thursday, four courses for under $25. Michael's Bar & Grill in Burbank has half price appetizers on Tuesday you get my drift. I'm looking for places that offer discounts or special discounted menu nights anywhere in L.A., I need to cut down on my restaurant spending!!! Thank you all!!

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  1. Nook Bistro offers a standard 15% off any takeout order, because they save money on linen, service, etc. I found out because I signed up for email updates.
    If you go, try the spinach-curried-lentil salad. I am Indian and if I ever had something "curry" done right in a non-Indian restaurant, this was it. The bread pudding was phenomenal!

    1. You might want to call to confirm...since some of these I tried, some I was told about, et al

      Sundays at Mini bar
      A prix fix selection of small plates for two comes with a bottle of wine for $40.
      3413 Cahuenga blvd. W.

      Sunday Supper
      Lucques, 8474 Melrose Ave., 323-655-6277,, prix fix 3 course dinner, $35

      Taco Tuesdays at Marix
      Every Tuesday, it's all you can eat tacos for $7.95
      1108 N Flores St. West Hollywood 323-656-8800

      Mondays and Tuesdays
      Hot Wings Cafe on Melrose has specials on chicken wings

      Mondays and Tuesdays
      Fish Enterprise in Santa Monica has a lobster special with 2 sides for $26.95

      Grilled Cheese Night
      Campanile, 624 S La Brea Ave, 323-938-1447,

      Pig Roast and Palla at Norman's, 850 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, for 19$you can get roast pig, the paella, or a combo of both

      1. You'll probably have to double-check me as well, but here are more options for you:


        1) Pizetta Night - Monday pizzetta night features entrée-size versions of its crisp-crust pizzetta appetizers for $12.75; a wine flight of three 2-ounce pours is $10.

        8454 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood, CA 90069
        (323) 852-6888

        2) Bistro Night - JiRaffe turns into a casual French bistro, with brown paper tablecloths replacing the linen, and a $29 three-course menu of classic French dishes (plus wines available by the carafe) supplementing the usual fare.

        502 Santa Monica Blvd, Santa Monica, CA
        (310) 917-6671

        3) $1 Hot Dog Night - $1 hot dogs, $2.50 for "loaded" dogs, and special prices on beer. Really, can it get any better? 5pm-close.

        The Stand
        17000 Ventura Blvd., Encino, CA
        (818) 788-2700


        1) Three Course Menu - The bargain prix-fixe menu will feature both regular menu items and new exclusive options from executive chef Andrew Pastore and pastry chef Mario Ortiz and all for $35.

        Sterling Steakhouse
        1429 Ivar Ave., Hollywood, CA
        (323) 463-0008

        2) Paella on the Patio - 3-course Menu featuring different Paella every Tuesday for $29 per person.

        445 S. Figueroa St. Los Angeles, CA 90071
        (213) 486-5171

        3) Tavola Italiana - An informal antipasto with a wonderful array of tapas-sized dishes, none priced over $5.

        La Terza
        8384 W. Third St., Los Angeles, CA
        (323) 782-8384

        4) "7 before 7" - Tuesdays through Thursdays, Violet chef Jared Simons is offering “7 Before 7,” seven dishes before 7 p.m. for $7 a piece.

        3221 Pico Blvd., Santa Monica, CA
        (310) 453-9113


        1) Bollito Misto at Il Grano - Cold-weather comfort food at its most authentic, this five-course classic Italian feast includes salami, a tortellini broth and a stew of up to seven meats boiled all day and served with a variety of dipping sauces for $49.

        Il Grano
        11359 Santa Monica Blvd., West Los Angeles, CA
        (310) 477-7886

        2) $32 3-course prix menu - The 3-course prix menu features items from the Farmer's Market purchased that morning.

        2424 Pico Blvd., Santa Monica, CA 90405
        (310) 581-9888


        1) Family Night - It's all about sharing family-style portions of an entire meal (often with more than five different dishes) with total strangers! Although chef Evan Kleinman is an ace with rustic Italian fare, the theme travels all over the world from India to France to Morocco. $28 per person.

        Angeli Cafe
        7274 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood, CA
        (323) 936-9086

        2) Bistro Night - A pre-fixed menu ($25) includes a house salad, broiled New York steak with mushroom bordelaise sauce and fresh pomme frites.

        Cezanne, Le Merigot
        1740 Ocean Ave., Santa Monica, CA
        (310) 395-9700

        3) Big Fat Greek Dinner - Seven courses of bliss and belly dancing for $18.95

        Papa Cristo's
        2771 W Pico Blvd (Normandie Ave), Los Angeles


        1) Rush Hour Fridays - Each Friday from 5pm to 7pm, hors d’oeuvres and three wines cost about $15, depending on that week's selections.

        La Maschera Ristorante
        82 N. Fair Oaks Ave., Pasadena, CA
        (626) 304-0004


        1) Burger Night - Each burger is made with 8 ounces of Australian Kobe Beef and is served with French fries, pickles, aioli, ketchup, and a fleur de sel bun, all made in house. Burgers are $16, with cheese $18, and with truffle cheese $21.

        7360 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA
        (323) 934-4400

        2) Pre-Fixed Menu - Sunday nights, substituting for the regular menu, look for a three-course menu for $25, plus a bottomless glass of wine for $10 extra. Simons is also serving complimentary cookies and milk to end each meal.

        3221 Pico Blvd., Santa Monica, CA
        (310) 453-9113


        1. bistro verdu in montrose has some:

          tuesday 1/2 price selected wines
          wednesday 3 course prix fix $28
          sunday 3 course country dinner $25

          if you haven't been, you should try's a favorite of ours.

          1. It's not on any particular night. But Opus next to the Wiltern just got a new chef and a new menu. They offer a spontaneous tasting menu. I stopped by there last week to meet folks for drinks and some grub and noticed a lot of people doing the tasting menu. So I had to try it out myself tonight. They offer 3,6 and 9 course. So I met a friend of mine tonight since I was so impressed by the food last week. We ended up doing a 3 course for $30.00 each. Definitely a deal. I had the hamachi with lardon, some kind of seaweed and lemon oil. Vrey fresh and quite different from the usual hamachi. Also got the pan seared john dory on charred romaine and sweet and sour cherries. Then got the infamous short ribs on cream of wheat and a red wine sauce. Ended up with dessert which was a chocolate molten cake with homemade ice cream and hazelnuts. Quite the deal for $30. I think the chef might have thrown in an extra course. Portions are extremely generous for tasting portions. I suggest checking it out before it gets packed when the word gets out.