417 Magazine Restaurant Month

It’s finally here: 417 Magazine Restaurant Month. Read on to find out how you can take advantage of fine dining that won’t break the bank.

417 Magazine Restaurant Month Springfield, MO

It’s August, and that means one thing for the foodies in 417-land: It’s time for our annual 417 Magazine Restaurant Month event. Twenty of the best restaurants in our region are offering delectable three-course dinners for just $20 per person, every Sunday through Thursday for the entire month of August. Missouri Beef Industry is sponsoring 417 Magazine Restaurant Month, and that means there will be delicious beef dishes on each menu.

So how will you do Restaurant Month? Regardless of whether you prefer to dine out every day, once a week or just once or twice this month, you’ll want a game plan.

Click here to peruse all of the restaurants’ three-course menu options to help you decide which of these tasty restaurants you want to visit during 417 Magazine Restaurant Month. Then, all you have to do is show up during the designated times to take advantage of the $20 per person meals. Ready to dig in?


 

WHERE: Avanzare Italian Dining, Black Oak Grill, Chateau Grille, Cosmopolitan Bistro & Wine Bar, Dobyns Dining Room at the Keeter Center, Fire & Ice Restaurant & Bar, Haruno Sushi Bar & Grill, Houlihan's, Jimm's Steakhouse & Pub, Kai, Leong’s Asian Diner, Level 2 Steakhouse, Metropolitan Grill, Mikayla's Steakhouse & Grille, Nakato Japanese Steakhouse, Nonna's Italian Café, Ocean Zen, Santa Fe Grill, Table 22, The Rebecca Grille

WHEN: Dinner hours, Sunday through Thursday, throughout the month of August

MORE INFO: $20 per person. Click here to see menus for each participating restaurant.

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