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Thursday, August 30, 2012
FUN ON PARADE: NORTH PARK’S MONTHLY MIXER
GUEST BLOG/By Jay Porter--Here’s the program in general: on the 30th of each month (that’s tonight), a bunch of restaurants and bars on and near 30th Street offer specials, such as a feature appetizer for $3. This makes it easy for you to go on a restaurant crawl and check out all the amazing places on the 30th Street Corridor. Most places start their specials between 5 and 6pm. So come on out and join us on Thurs., August 30th along San Diego’s Restaurant Row.
Here’s the specials we know about so far. Look for more updates as the date gets closer!
Alchemy: $1 Oysters and $3 Lightning Amber Ale on draft.
El Take It Easy: $3 yellowtail & shrimp & ceviche tostadas with heirloom tomatoes and goat chicharrones, served from our mariscos cart. $6 mezcal margaritas.
The Linkery: $2 half pours of Alesmith X and barbecue grass-fed beef sliders for $3 (cash only, includes tax and service).
Station Tavern: Fresh Corn Hush Puppies with a spicy honey dip $3.00
The Office: Half-Off All Drinks & Drafts, 4-7pm, $5 Signature Cocktails, 7-9
Bluefoot Bar & Lounge: 30th st pale ale pints for $3; a shot of fireball for $3. 3pm to Midnite.
Splash: Splash will be offering up local and organic produce from our very own North Park Farmers’ Market as we do every Thursday. For just $5 cash you will receive a Farmers’ Market Fresh Fruit and Ricotta cup and glass of champagne. The perfect end to the summer!
Air Conditioned Lounge: $5 wells and draft beers, $3 Fireball whiskey shots with purchase of any draft beer.
U-31: $2 truffle fries and $2 chicken wings
Source: Jay Porter, 30th Street Blog, http://30thstreet.org/30th-on-30th/
Image: The Linkery Restaurant, which was recently tabbed by restaurant critic Troy Johnson as “Critic’s Pick” for Best Neighborhood Restaurant in San Diego.
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