Dinner Specials

Monday Night Dinner Specials at Art of the Table, Fresh Bistro, and Spring Hill

Good reasons abound for going out on Mondays.

By Jessica Voelker June 7, 2010

Monday night is spaghetti night at Spring Hill, unless you opt for the family-style-for-four fried chicken special. To partake of the latter, you’ll need to reserve in advance. Way in advance.

Every Monday night at Dustin Ronspies’ Art of the Table you can partake of a well-priced small plates selection, plus $26 bottles of wine, $5 wines by the glass, and $3 beers. Learn more about it here.

And Monday means Wagyu steak night at Fresh Bistro in West Seattle. The dinners cost $15, $16, or $18, depending which cut you chose, and that price includes sides. Here’s the menu.

Then there is the ever-popular fried-chicken-for-four menu every Monday at Spring Hill. Two crispy-crusted birds, herbed dumplings with Beecher’s cheese, mashed potatoes, and jalapeno cornbread are all part of the $80 deal. Don’t expect to just show up and start crunching away, however: The weekly dinner is so popular you have to reserve way in advance.

A more impromptu option is the $10 Monday pasta special. You receive a heaping bowl of red or white spaghetti (there is a meatball sandwich option for the same price) accompanied by garlic bread. Here is Spring Hill’s Monday-night menu.

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