$35 Three-Course Daily Special Debuts at The Ordinary

bildeThe Ordinary has been lavished with love since its 2012 opening, but the perpetual complaint about the upper King Street seafood restaurant is “too pricy.” Starting this Sunday, though, eaters will be able to feast on three courses for $35.

In a salute to the genre of old world taverns which lent its name to Mike Lata’s second restaurant, The Ordinary is adding a prix-fixe, three-course daily special. The meal, which will change nightly, will be available until it sells out. A press release describes it as “fun, accessible and value-oriented.” Continue reading

Kaminsky’s Makes More Kronutz, Wants More Money For Them

kronut2Following last week’s sell-out, Kaminsky’s has raised the production – and the price – of its quasi-cronut.

Kronutz now retail for $5, a 60 percent increase from the initial purchase price. But buyers can take some solace in knowing they now have a better chance of scoring the cult croissant-doughnut cross:  The bakery plans to make 50 Kronutz on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. The first-come, first-serve rule and two-Kronutz-per-person limit are still in effect.

Kamisky’s opens at noon on the weekends. Good luck.