Fine dining without the price: Two deals you won‘t want to miss

Paris 7th‘s identity crisis continues, but not on the plate.

The relocated and renamed Saint-Emilion Restaurant still uses the old website () to take reservations and list menus, but now for the new location four blocks east.

The old location will reopen as a wine bistro after repairs. But the French fine dining will remain in the new, more metropolitan restaurant.


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Paris 7th is offering the same popular Tuesday and Wednesday “bistro special”: a three-course menu for $30 with a $15 bottle of wine, served only before 6:45 p.m.

As always at Paris 7th, the price includes the tip.

So you‘re really dining for $75 per couple — just a few dollars more than the regular price for a single dinner.

Paris 7th chef Kobi Perdue has added asparagus soup, a kohlrabi-hearts-of-palm salad and a brioche-and-goat-cheese “nougat” with pistachios and fruit.

Paris 7th is open for dinner nightly except Sundays at For reservations, call or book online at ;

$25 deal makes Mondays special at La Piazza

Nearby, the exclusive La Piazza Ristorante is continuing its $25 Monday special.

Dover Sole at La Piazza in Fort Worth. Khampha Bouaphanh Star-Telegram archives

The weekly deals began with La Piazza‘s 25th anniversary, but they‘ve became a great way for new diners to try Vito Ciraci‘s restaurant on a night when many clubs and finer restaurants are closed.

Recent Monday specials have included chicken piccata, spaghetti, chicken cacciatore and a lasagna-eggplant Parmesan combo.

Yes, La Piazza still expects diners to dress for a nice restaurant. It‘s open nightly except Sundays at in the West 7th shops; , .

Bud Kennedy, ;