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Two local restaurants participate in Urban Eats

Two neighborhood restaurants are taking part in the Seattletimes.com’s Urban Eats program. Sundays through Thursdays in October, eat at Carmelita and Stumbling Goat Bistro and you’ll get a three-course, $30 dinner that would normally cost about 20 percent more. Each has an appetizer, entrée and dessert, with at least three options for each course.
Thirty-nine restaurants in King County are participating. The first Urban Eats was in May, and organizers plan to make it a twice-yearly event, to encourage people to eat out even in a down economy.