Kitchen 208 is celebrating its birthday with quinoa, as one does these days.
The lower King Street restaurant is turning one on June 6, and is marking the occasion with $6 entrees. From 7 a.m.-11 a.m., the featured entrée is a bacon and egg sandwich. And from 11 a.m.-3 p.m., six bucks buys a quinoa salad with vegetables and feta cheese. The sandwich usually sells for $7, while the salad costs $8. According to a press release, Kitchen 208 isn’t downsizing portions on deal day.
Both the breakfast and lunch specials will be served with a mini-cupcake. Continue reading
Downtown diners concerned about the impending demise of Fish’s daily lunch deal may want to transfer their noontime routines to 39 Rue de Jean, which this week started offering an $11.99 lunch special.
During the week, the restaurant will serve a choice of featured soup, salad or entrée for the promo price. Coffee or iced tea is included, but a glass of house wine costs an extra $4.
The special runs from 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m., and the week’s menu will be posted on Rue de Jean’s social media outlets. This week, customers have their pick of the day’s soup; a mesclun salad with tomatoes and cucumbers and grilled pork tenderloin with orange marmalade and braised kale (which sounds like the surest way to get your money’s worth.)