Xiomara Ardolina’s 2009 Dinner and 401K Cocktails

by Kelsey

Food GPS recently announced two great new specials at Hollywood’s Xiomara Ardolina in response to the recession.

The Latin restaurant’s namesake and owner, Xiomara, has been lauded by the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and Jonathan Gold for her food that mixes her Cuban heritage with influences from her experiences in Miami and New York.

The restaurant has recently begun to offer the 2009 Dinner, a three-course prix-fixe dinner for $20.09 that includes choices like pepper-crusted Atalantic salmon and frozen Key lime soufflé. This special is offered Monday through Friday from 5pm to 10pm. (Don’t expect to share a plate, as split plates are unavailable.)

Frugal Nosh also loves its recession-related happy hour, called the 401K promotion, which boasts $4.01 cocktails (get it?) and complimentary hors d’oeuvres from 5pm to 7pm.

These specials will only last until the end of the recession – so you can probably take your time getting there, as depressing as that is – but make sure you don’t miss out on these fantastic steals at Xiomara’s.

Xiomara Ardolina
6101 Melrose Avenue, LA 90038

See full article here: http://www.foodgps.com/review/xiomara-battles-recession-with-2009-dinner-and-401k-cocktail-hour

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