Discount eats for every night

Fulfill your food cravings with savings from local restaurants.

A tough economy and tightened purse strings don’t have to put an end to nights out at your favorite restaurant. Here are seven restaurants offering discounted dining deals, one for each night of the week.


Dolce Enoteca, Ashton Kutcher's Italian hot spot at Atlantic Station, serves enticing entrees such as brown sugar-crusted pork chop and herb encrusted lobster tail Française in lemon butter, but they'll set you back anywhere from $16 to $32. The good news is any entree on the menu is half-price on Mondays. 261 19th St. N.W., 404-872-3902, .


How much barbecue can you eat? Find out on Tuesdays at Virginia-Highland's DBA Barbecue, which opened in June. That's when you can chow down on all-you-can-eat spare ribs, coleslaw and baked beans for a mere $15. Throw in some sweet tea and you've got yourself an entire dinner. 1190 N. Highland Ave., 404-249-5000, .


Shelling out for sushi can set you back a few clams. That's why one of the best deals in town has to be at Room at Twelve at Centennial Olympic Park, where patrons can dine on all-you-can-eat sushi and sake for just $15. Get there early — the special ends at 8 p.m. 400 W. Peachtree St., 404-418-1250, .


There's no excuse to not eat your veggies at the Shed at Glenwood Park. Thursday is Harvest Night, when you can dine on vegetable sides for $10. Options are always changing, depending on what's fresh, but recent items included fried green tomatoes, grilled asparagus and local okra served with stewed tomatoes. 475 Bill Kennedy Way, Glenwood Park, 404-835-4363, www.the .


Start the weekend early at P'Cheen International Bistro, and you can get in on its O4W Budget Menu, available 5-7 p.m. Fridays. For $2-$4 apiece, you can dine on half-price appetizers such as pommes frites, English chips with curry sauce, cornmeal-crusted calamari and sweet and spicy Thai grilled wings. Additionally, entrees such as grilled Angus and portobello hamburger, smoked mozzarella ravioli and Guinness-battered fish and chips are $10. 701-5 Highland Ave., Old Fourth Ward, 404-529-8800, .


Just because you're saving bucks doesn't mean you can't put on the glitz. Park 75 at the Four Seasons offers Kitchen, Uncorked, a three-course dinner with wine pairings, for just $40. The seasonal menu changes, but recent offerings included tempura fried squash blossom stuffed with goat cheese and drizzled with honey; halibut served atop roasted peppers and sweet yellow squash with watercress vinaigrette; and peach cobbler with buttermilk ice cream. Kitchen, Uncorked is available 5:30-10 p.m. Tuesdays-Saturdays. 75 14th St., Midtown, 404-253-3840, .


End the weekend at Serpas True Food in the Old Fourth Ward where a four-course Sunday supper, served 5:30-10 p.m., is just $18. Diners get a choice of entree accompanied by a seasonal salad, three side dishes (think Grafton cheddar baked macaroni or sweet potato casserole) served family-style, and dessert such as toffee caramel cake or banana pudding. 659 Auburn Ave., 404-688-0040, www.serpas .