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Thursday, June 12, 2014

Delicious Deal: 50 Percent Off Bar Menu at Burritt Room Monday Nights

Posted By on Thu, Jun 12, 2014 at 11:00 AM

click to enlarge The money shot.
  • The money shot.

Everyone loves a good deal, but Monday nights at Burritt Room is practically a steal. Literally every item on the Bar Bites menu is 50 percent off.

That $20 charcuterie plate with meats from Molinari? $10. The $12 Mary's Farm Chicken Salad with smoked almonds and apricots or the $12 burger adorned with aged cheddar and heirloom tomato? Both only $6. An heirloom tomato alone costs me $6 at the farmer's market.

Perhaps the tastiest item on the menu is the scotch egg (pictured above). A softboiled egg is covered with sausage then breaded and deep-fried. It's served with a side of fancy "Sausalito cress" and easter egg radishes that act as a vehicle to mop the runny yolks that ooze out of the egg once punctured. It's glorious.

The full Bar Bites Monday menu is posted below. Don't forget to order some delicious cocktails to wash down your meal (you are in a bar, after all), and make sure to tip on what would normally be the full price of the meal.

click to enlarge Bar Bites Menu.
  • Bar Bites Menu.

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