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Baton Rouge: Dinner for 2 - $105 (Appetizer, 2 Mains, Lobster Tails, Dessert)

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Baton Rouge: Dinner for 2 - $105 (Appetizer, 2 Mains, Lobster Tails, Dessert)

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Baton Rouge
Baton Rouge has a dinner for 2 (i.e. prix fixe menu) Valentine's special for $105. It includes:

Choice of Appetizer from:

-Caesar Salad
-House Salad
-Spinach Dip


Lobster Tails (2)

Choice of Mains (2) from:

-Top Sirloin 8 oz
-16 oz ribs BBQ Pork Back Rib
-Seafood Linguini Plate


Choice of Dessert from:

-Pecan pie
-White Chocolate Cheesecake

http://www.batonrouge.ca
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Mar 20, 2003
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I'm sure when most people think romance the first thing that comes to mind is eating a big ol' garlicky caesar salad with messy ribs.
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Jan 11, 2010
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$105 for a pasta dish, a half rack of ribs or the cheapest steak cut there is? Not really screaming hot deal here, and that’s not even considering how poor of a showing it is to consider a salad as an appetizer.
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MrDigital wrote: $105 for a pasta dish, a half rack of ribs or the cheapest steak cut there is? Not really screaming hot deal here, and that’s not even considering how poor of a showing it is to consider a salad as an appetizer.
$105 quite a bit still. Might as well try the Keg
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Apr 2, 2007
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Any other places offer Valentine’s Day dinner packages?
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Aug 24, 2006
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MrDigital wrote: $105 for a pasta dish, a half rack of ribs or the cheapest steak cut there is? Not really screaming hot deal here, and that’s not even considering how poor of a showing it is to consider a salad as an appetizer.
I don't know where you live, but atleast here in BC restaurants are full on Valentine's day, why would they offer much of a deal?? The restaurant I have connections with have been booked up valentines day for a week, because of that Saturday is also fully booked and trickled down to friday being fully booked ( monday will likely be fully booked too)
With that being said If this Baton Rouge is a family restaurant then I could understand the complaint as that the only restaurant your likely to get into if your calling to make a booking today.
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Jul 2, 2009
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Montreal
toguy wrote: Baton Rouge has a dinner for 2 (i.e. prix fixe menu) Valentine's special for $105. It includes:

Choice of Appetizer from:

-Caesar Salad
-House Salad
-Spinach Dip


Lobster Tails (2)

Choice of Mains (2) from:

-Top Sirloin 8 oz
-16 oz ribs BBQ Pork Back Rib
-Seafood Linguini Plate


Choice of Dessert from:

-Pecan pie
-White Chocolate Cheesecake

http://www.batonrouge.ca
I just called (Montreal) and this deal isn’t offered. It’s not even on their website...thumbs down!
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May 14, 2008
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Feneant wrote: I'm sure when most people think romance the first thing that comes to mind is eating a big ol' garlicky caesar salad with messy ribs.
You obviously haven’t been married for 10 years :p

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