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A friendly little reminder here! If you’re not sure what to make for dinner tonight, consider a night out at Monarch in Maplewood. Mondays and Tuesdays in January they are running a “pay what you like” deal.

If you visit Monarch and take advantage of this deal we’d love to hear your thoughts on it!

Wow! My husband and I are pretty excited about this deal!

Monarch Restaurant, an uppercrust establishmen in Maplewood, is bucking the “Groupon” trend and offering their own deal. We think it’s pretty sweet.

  • Monday and Tuesday nights in January
  • Order whatever you want from their new menu
  • Pay what you think the meal is worth
  • Drink bill will be separate, and must be paid in full

We have dined at Monarch once before and had a lovely experience with superb food. If you are looking for a classy night out, I would definitely recommend this “pay what you like” deal!

In case you didn’t want to snag the half-off deal for Serendipity on Hot Sauce today…

Right now there are a limited number of 30% off certificates to various St. Louis establishments, including Serendipity Homemade Ice Cream in Webster Groves and Bailey’s Chocolate Bar in the Lafayette Square. We’ve eaten at both of those treateries and recommend them!

Certificates good for 6 months.

Recently our family was in the vicinity of Laclede Station Road and Watson and decided to try out the new Pizza Street buffet restaurant.

For the foreseeable future, they are running a special: $2.99 for anyone 4 years and up for all-you-can eat salad, pizza, pasta and desserts! Kids 3 and under are free! Drinks are an additional $1.49 for adults and $0.99 for kids.

This meant that our family of four, who are primarily water drinkers anyway, had dinner out for under $6.50. Without any coupons. In my opinion, that is pretty crazy-good.

Now, was the food crazy-good? No, not fantastic, but definitely passable for a family night out. Pizza Street is very much like CiCi’s, if you’ve ever eaten there. There was good variety on the pizza bar, with the option of requesting a custom pizza at no additional charge. We liked the soft-serve (in chocolate, anyway) ice cream at the end of the meal.

To find a Pizza Street location near you, click here. I do not know if all locations are participating in the $2.99 promotion, so definitely call before you head out. I can only vouch for the Watson Road restaurant’s prices.

And then with all that food at such a low price, the trick is to not overindulge…! 😉

This sounds like a fabulous deal!

Pietro’s on Watson is celebrating their 50th anniversary by rolling prices back fifty years on select menu items! Filet Mignon for $4.95 and select pastas for $2.95.

This offer is valid on Wednesdays in October from 3pm to close. May not be combined with any other offer. Call Pietro’s at 314-645-9263 for more info.

We’ve never actually eaten at Pietro’s, though that very well might change this month! How about any of you?

If you’ve eaten at Pietro’s, what did you think of it?

With thanks to Steals&Deals.

Here’s a great deal for a little treat!

This week Culver’s in Fenton is offering a different dollar deal each day:

  • Tuesday, Sept. 28, $1 short shakes
  • Wednesday, $1 chili dogs
  • Thursday, $1 short floats
  • Friday, $1 cake cones
  • Saturday, $1 one scoop turtle
  • Sunday, October 3, $1 one scoop hot fudge sundae

Is it a treat for you to eat breakfast out? It is for me, so I signed up for this Bob Evans email list.

When you sign up, you’ll get a coupon in your inbox for a buy-one-get-one-free breakfast. Sounds like a frugal way to have a special morning out!

Or date night. 🙂 My husband and I used our coupon last night for a late date night meal. He thinks it’s crazy, but I love breakfast for dinner!

Note: your coupon will arrive pronto in your inbox and be good for about two weeks, so you might want to wait and sign up when you know you’re likely to use the coupon. And, as always, I recommend you use a special email address for “junk” like this so it doesn’t crowd out your regular inbox.


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