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March 5, 2009 at 1:55 PM

Pioneer Square restaurants offering “stimulus package”

Seattle’s original Skid Road is now home to the historic and recently shuttered J&M Cafe — whose fate is pending in bankruptcy court, where attorneys continue to duke-out the details of a potential sale (the hearing’s scheduled for tomorrow). Meanwhile, elsewhere in the heart of Pioneer Square, a group of restaurant and bar owners are dealing with the economic skid plaguing them — and us — by banding together to offer a little financial relief.

They’ve created their own “stimulus package” featuring selected items and beverages at discounted prices. The deal: buy one item at regular price and the second will cost you ten-cents (offer not valid with other promotions, so leave those Entertainment Cards at home, OK?). Below is a list of the joints that will spare you a dime. Now get down there and show them some brotherly love!

Al Boccalino

Cafe Bengodi

The Central

DeNunzio’s

F.X. McRory’s

Marcella’s Cookery

New Orleans Creole Restaurant

Trattoria Mitchelli

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