Friday, March 20, 2009

Hungry for Dinner

Long-time restaurants are launching new specials and new dining establishments are bringing a fresh wave of innovation to the San Pedro dinner table.

7th Street Chophouse and Off the Vine Wines are having a Napa Valley wine dinner at the new downtown steakhouse on March 28. During the five-course dinner, winemakers will share their insights and the chef will explain the inspiration behind the dishes, all specially created for the wine dinner. Cost is $90 per person. See the menu for details and RSVP information.

The Maritime Research Center in downtown San Pedro is recreating the first night’s dinner aboard the Titanic. The French dinner will be served at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on April 3. Living historians will be present to help take guests back in time. Cost is $95 per person or $105 at a living historian’s table. See the flyer for the menu and RSVP information.

Marcello Tuscany Restaurant has a new menu, new management and new pricing. There’s live music on the weekends and a weeknight earlybird special of appetizer, salad, entree, dessert and wine for $19.95 from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday. The restaurant is open for dinner seven nights a week and lunch weekdays.

Ports O’ Call Restaurant is offering a new seasonal menu, an earlybird dinner special and half of wine bottles with entree purchase on Monday and Tuesday.

The Whale and Ale has added a Tuesday wine tasting called Tasty Tuesdays. Sample four wines for $8-10.

7th Street Chophouse and Off the Vine Wines are offering an ongoing promotion of no corkage fee at the chophouse for wines purchased at Off the Vine.

1 comment:

donajunta said...

I want to to try Tasty Tuesday's!