Best Value for Open Table's November quasi-restaurant week?
I'm trying to decide on a lunch and dinner for Open Table's quasi-resturant week from Nov 17-21. Here is a link to the deal: http://www.opentable.com/promo.aspx?m...
At the risk of posing too broad a question, does anyone have any recommendations on where to go for the most bang for my buck?
Ideally I would like to go somewhere where I'll get an experience I wouldn't normally be able to get. So for example, I'd rather not go to a place that already offers a 3 course prix fixe. On the other hand, a place that doesn't tend to dumb things down too much for these types of deals but might otherwise be too pricey would be perfect.
Mio, Corduroy, 701, Rasika, Spezie are both good deals price wise on the list. I might add secondly as alternated Ceiba and its brother and sister restuarants and Mie N Yu. All these places are good and would be over $35 for three courses, the first ones though I think are the better deals with more impressive food.
Stear clear of Zengo, instead of true three courses they are doing two small plates and dessert, not really a bargain. You'll get a better bang for your buck elsewhere.