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Call it Michelin Mondays: Il Dandy debuts 3-course dinners for $35

Il Dandy breaks the mold on what’s considered Italian food in San Diego. A colorful example is the spot prawn carpaccio with citrus supremes and Tropea red onion sorbetto.
Il Dandy breaks the mold on what’s considered Italian food in San Diego. A colorful example is the spot prawn carpaccio with citrus supremes and Tropea red onion sorbetto.
(Sam Wells photo)

Bankers Hill’s modern Italian restaurant, helmed by two Michelin-starred chefs, has a new, weekly fixed price menu

What a way to start your week.

Il Dandy, one of the best restaurants to open in San Diego this year, is offering a three-course, $35 dinner every Monday night after 5 p.m.

The modern Italian restaurant in Bankers Hill — which is helmed by father and son Michelin-starred Calabrian chefs Antonio and Luca Abbruzzino — turns out some of the most creative dishes in town.

What’s on the prix fixe menu? It will change weekly based on what’s in season, but it will always include an appetizer, a pasta and a dessert. Stretch your dining dollar further by popping in at 4 p.m. for Il Dandy’s Aperitivo happy hour for discounted cocktails and bites.

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Call it Michelin Monday on a budget.

Il Dandy’s prix fixe menu

5 p.m. to closing, every Monday. 2550 Fifth Ave., Bankers Hill. $35. (619) 310-5669. ildandyrestaurant.com

Start you Michelin Monday even earlier with Il Dandy’s Aperitivo happy hour, starting at 4 p.m.
Start you Michelin Monday even earlier with Il Dandy’s Aperitivo happy hour, starting at 4 p.m.
(Sam Wells photo)


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