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Three-Course Prix Fixe at Zinc Bistro

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September might mean the beginning of fall anywhere else, but hey -- it's still hot here, so Zinc Bistro is still dishing up its special summer prix fixe dinner menu.

We're not complaining. Three courses for $28 sounds like a steal, and the menu, offered Sunday through Tuesday, changes weekly. Not to mention, we're happy for any excuse to visit Kierland Commons' sexy French hangout and drink wine by candlelight.

This week's sounds pretty scrumptious, especially the Veal New York with savoy cabbage, ricotta gnudi, bacon, and Dijon bearnaise . . .

FIRST COURSE
RED PEPPER VELOUTE WITH HEIRLOOM
SUCCOTASH
 
SECOND COURSE
VEAL NEW YORK, SAVOY CABBAGE,
RICOTTA GNUDI, BACON,
DIJON BEARNAISE
 
DESSERT
HUCKLEBERRY AND PASSION FRUIT GATEAU
VANILLA POUND CAKE WITH
CHANTILLY

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