Dinner Roll: Restaurant Round-Up July 4 Edition

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Posted July 3, 2009 by eric.griffey in Blotch

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Hoffbrau Steaks (1712 S. University Dr. FW 76107 phone: 817-870-1952) is offering dinner for two for $19.99, but only if you tell your server that you know about the deal. Per their email: “A 20 oz. Sizzling Platter of Center Cut Top Sirloin for Two served on a bed of grilled onions and topped with crispy onion strings, accompanied by your choice of soup or salad and your choice of two favorite sidewinders.”

Lambert’s (2731 White Settlement Road FW 76107 phone: 817-882-1161) is one of many restaurants doing a special deal for July 4. They’re offering a burgers and BBQ buffet, and doing drink specials. The buffet runs from 3-8 pm, and includes: green salad, potato salad, fruit, brisket, smoked chicken, smoked sausage, ranch beans, and fresh fruit cobbler. The items that are cooked to order are: grilled burgers, veggie burgers, house fries, mac-n-cheese, chips & salsa, and chips & queso. They’re also offering $5 house margaritas, and $2 domestic bottled beer.

Mac’s Fort Worth (2600 West 7th Street suite 153 FW 76107 phone: 817-332-6227) has 4 for $4 happy hour deal, which includes select wines, margaritas, martinis, wells, and fancy beers for $4. They’re also offering a prime rib dinner for $10.95 every night.

Bistro Louise (2900 S. Hulen FW 76109 phone: 817-922-9244) is also offering a July 4 deal. It’s a clam bake buffet of sorts. On the buffet is boneless short ribs, and Colorado tenderloin stuffed peppers, and fresh New England clams. You can also add a whole Maine lobster for an additional $18.95. It’s 29.95 per person, and stops at 8pm.

On a more newsy note, Kincaid’s Hamburgers (4901 Camp Bowie Blvd. FW 76107 phone: 817-732-2881) has renewed their lease at their Camp Bowie location, where they’ve been since the dawn of time. The lease is for fiver years. They’re planning a special event, no word on what that will be.


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