Rarely can one find a fine-dining experience with sumptuous food made from only the freshest ingredients for only $19. However, Cafe Bella, located in Chicago near Logan Square, now makes this possible with its three-course, full-dinner special. Offered Monday through Wednesday from 3 p.m. until 9 p.m., the three-course meal includes any soup or salad on the menu, any entree on the menu and any available dessert.
"I want my guests not to come here only on special occasions but to eat here every day," Hector Pena, the chef and owner of Cafe Bella, said. "It is a way for them to keep coming back and save money. This type of dinner rivals what you get at downtown restaurants but at only a quarter of the price."
Entrees include the mouth-watering Chef's Specials, such as grilled salmon with garlic mashed potatoes topped with mango salsa; prime skirt steak with garlic mashed potatoes topped with Madeira wine sauce; and a marinated Caribbean jerk chicken topped with freshly sliced and sauteed julienne veggies. The bistro and weekend brunch venue also features a wide choice of homemade soups, gourmet healthy sandwiches and salads with the freshest ingredients, as well as gourmet desserts to cap an enjoyable and filling meal.
Unlike other restaurants, Cafe Bella also offers the meal as a free BYOB meal. Customers are welcome to bring their own bottle and enjoy the wine of their choice.
For more information about any of Cafe Bella’s products or services, call 773-292-5040, view the cafe on the Web atwww.cafebellaonline.com or visit 3311 W. Fullerton Ave. in Chicago.
About Cafe Bella
During the week, this globally inspired contemporary American spot--a lofty storefront space that features exposed brick, artwork by local artists, hardwood floors and an open kitchen--is a casual cafe with a street-side patio during summer. In the evenings, it becomes a full-service restaurant. In addition to catering services, Cafe Bella also offers gourmet sandwiches, weekend brunches, free BYOB and WiFi.
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