Restaurant Week Stamford '09 - Anyone Partaking?
- jfood Feb 23, 2009 03:25 PM
After looking at the choices, jfood is taking a pass.
Is anyone taking advantage of the "specials"?
Here are those choices. Agree.. nothing jumps out.
A better deal might be Taste of Stamford on Thursday nite at the Stamford Sheraton.
From the Menus of: 122 Pizza Bistro, Angela Mia Italian Bakery, Bank Street Events, Black Bear Saloon, The Capital Grille, CI Dining, Costco, Crab Shell, David's Soundview Catering, Dragonfly Lounge,Ferrante, Grand, Houlihan's, Kona Grill, Madona, Morton's, Myrna's Mediterranean Bistro, Pappas Pizza, Salt Water Grille,, SoNo Baking Company & Cafe, Telluride!
Plus liquid repast from Ketel One, Beaulieu Vineyard, Coffee Distributing Corp.,Corus, Crystal Rock Water, Diageo, Dichello Distributors, Guiness, San Pellegrino/Acqua Panna, Stamford Wine & Liquors
50 dollars apiece in advance. 60 at the door.
Proceeds to benefit the Stamford Chamber program development efforts, including the Kids Our Future Trust Fund, a not-for-profit organization created by the Chamber to raise funds to support educational programs with the Stamford Public Schools.
Yeah, not all that much jumping out to me - particularly considering that I can eat just as cheap or cheaper at most of these places (since I don't drink) without the deal.
Frankly, about the only thing I might take advantage of are the fish & chips at SBC. I haven't had them there, but they seem to be the kind of place that might do them well...
I also took a pass. Only Market got my attention, and I never made it out!
I completely agree with adamclyde that NO places looked like a good financial deal; I'd rather choose my food, in that case, than have a prix fixe. I hope places step it up in August, when the next resto week will take place.
Adam if you try the fish and chips at SBC, I'd love to hear how you liked. I tried fish and chips at Mackenzie's on High Ridge and it was abysmal.