Italian food, biscuits, lobster, and steak!
What more could you want?
Happy Monday! Here's a roundup of food news to start your week:
Italian at 7th is the new name of what was previously known as Villa Francesca. The Italian eatery will officially open its doors on September 20, although it seems the restaurant is technically open. The rebrand came with a large remodel of the eatery, including new art, chandeliers, and overall modern feel. The grand opening on September 20 (which runs from 11 am to 11 pm) will feature entertainment and giveaways between noon and 4 pm. Head over to 321 N Caldwell Street!
Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar is celebrating the month of September with the return of their popular Filet & Lobster pairing. Guests can enjoy the three-course prix fixe menu for $44.95 at all Fleming's locations until September 30. To start the meal, diners can enjoy a pan-seared scallop over goat cheese polenta, followed by a choice of wedge salad or French onion soup. Guests can then dive into the main attraction- steak and lobster, featuring a 8 oz. filet alongside an 8 oz. broiled lobster tail with drawn butter.
Last, but certainly not least, The Flying Biscuit Café is celebrating September – National Biscuit Month – with the launch of its 20th Anniversary Cookbook. In addition, one lucky customer from each location could win free biscuits for one year if they find the Golden Biscuit Ticket in their copy of the cookbook. The 20th Anniversary Cookbook features 100 recipes, including dishes submitted by customers, plus signature Flying Biscuit menu items and new dishes recently added to the menu. A total of 13 Golden Biscuit Tickets will be inserted into cookbooks purchased in-store for each of the Flying Biscuit’s locations.