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Two Deviously Delicious Halloween Menus on Lincoln Road

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What are you eating this Halloween? Sure, candy is a must, but why not stock up on some hearty foods before you start chowing down on those Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and mini Snicker bars. Some restaurants on Lincoln Road will offer a Halloween prix fixe menu for your treat. No tricks we swear.

Meat Market is touting a 3-course, prix fixe for $75 outside on the patio on Halloween night. Customers can choose from tuna tartare for an appetizer, American kobe shortribs for an entree, and spiced pumpkin cheesecake for dessert. Inside there's an la carte menu as usual. Reservations are required.
915 Lincoln Rd., 305-532-0088

Quattro Gastronomia Italiana will serve a Halloween three-course menu on Halloween night as well. Choose from appetizers like Caprese Con Mozzarella Di Bufala E Foglie Di Basilico (tomato and buffalo mozzarella with fresh basil), Risotto Ai Frutti Di Mare (risotto with seafood and tomato sauce) for an entree and top it all off with Homemade tiramisu. Guests may sit inside for $65 per person or outside for $75. Call for reservations.
1014 Lincoln Rd., 305-531-4833

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