Attn:Restaurant week=cheap food.

Sally Hedberg

 

You know what they say: there’s no such thing as a free lunch. There is, however, discounted lunch and dinner at participating restaurants during restaurant week (Oct. 23-28). The Twin Cities are an epicenter of dining diversity, sure. But as poor, book-burdened students we prioritize the case of Grainbelt over pricy tapas at Solera. But behold ye dreamers of fine cuisine: this is your week. During these six glorious days, hungry patrons can take advantage of local culinary expertise, unbarred by the limitations of a wimpy bank balance. Two-course lunches and three-course dinners will be offered at a flat, discounted rate at over forty participating spots. The pickings are all over the board. Bon Appetit! And a word of advice: muster up some courage because the time to ask your crush to dinner is now. For more information you can check out the complete list of restaurants and specials compiled by Mpls. St. Paul Magazine.