OpenTable’s Appetite Stimulus Plan

Want to try new places to eat around the Cities, but don’t know where to go?  Trying to save a few dollars by eating out less, and always on the lookout for the best deal?  Here’s an idea:

Online Restaurant Reservations website, OpenTable.com is currently running a great dining and culinary deal called the Appetite Stimulus Plan.

The idea is that diners and restaurants both benefit – those of us pinching pennies these days and eating out less can get great local food fare for a decent price, and the restaurants have a chance to show off their culinary prowess, reaching folks that may not have been there before. For a three-course meal, lunch is $24 and dinner is $35 (per person; not including beverage, tax or tip).

Over 40 restaurants are participating (the list can be found here)and diners can do either lunch or dinner (make sure you check the list to see who’s serving just one or both).

I wish I’d heard of this sooner – the last day for the deal is tomorrow.  If you’re still trying to decide what to do for Friday night’s dinner plans – check out the list and try some on of these great participating restaurants.

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  1. doniree.com » Blog Archive » Dine on a Dime (or so) (pingback) on November 20th, 2008 @ 4:32 pm

    […] a budget but want to do it up big on Friday night? OpenTable.com’s current promotion, the appetite stimulus plan could perhaps introduce you to a great new place you would’ve deemed “out of your […]



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