Two local restaurants participate in Urban Eats

by | Oct 2, 2009

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.

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