Eat, Drink & Play
February, 2011 - Issue #76
Cold Stone Creamery just announced that they will introduce a new line of plated desserts in the first quarter of 2011. Selections will include their premium ice cream and favorites like hot-fudge-filled chocolate cake; rich, warm brownies; funnel cake with strawberries; and churros. Hot coffee will also be added to complete the dessert experience; 253-4123

Dine at Margaritas Mexican Grill and stay true to your New Year's resolutions. Their extensive selection of salads and soups are filled with healthy grilled meats like chicken and fish and a flavorful array of fresh veggies; 255-1136

Our favorite dish at The Social? It's gotta be the Cuban Style Skirt Steak. Topped with sauteed onions and served with black bean rice and plantains, this is one meal you don't want to miss; 799-9155

Got the sniffles? Try the Mexican twist on Mom's chicken soup at Sabor Cocina Mexicana. Sopa de Tortilla is filled with flavor, plus fresh chicken, tortilla strips, corn, queso crema, sliced avocado and a sprig of cilantro; 259-9002

We're craving the Enchilada Sonora at Hacienda Don Cuco. Its three layers of deliciousness includes cilantro-jalapeno tortillas, chicken, black beans, cheese, onions and jalapenos, topped with salsa molcajete; 252-8074

We don't like change, especially when it comes to Oggi's Pizza & Brewing Co. tried and true menu. But we'll make an exception when it comes to these delicious new additions: Buffalo Chicken Sliders, Marathon Flat Bread Pizza, Fish Tacos, Matador Burger with Fries, Texas Burger with Fries and the Official Pizza of the San Diego Chargers; 252-7883

Head to the Atrium Food Court in the Westfield Town Center Mall and set your sights on the centrally-located Whimsical Gelato. With coupon (page 33) in hand, score a free freshly-made smoothie created with the finest ingredients from Italy when you buy one of equal or lesser value.

"Blame it on the Goose" on Thursdays at Salt Creek Grille, when all Grey Goose cocktails are half price; 222-9999

Valentine's Day Edition
On Monday, February 14, New Moon plays Cupid by comping you and your date with an aperitif at the dinner hour (reservations recommended). Or, take your love fest somewhere more private. The Sweetheart's Dinner for Two (carry out only) is a mere $35. This special package contains salad, an appetizer, two entrees and a petite heart cake. For faster service, place your order a day in advance; 257-4321

Wolf Creek's Valentine's Day specials read like a love letter to your stomach. Try the Filet Mignon in picatta sauce with swiss chard and baby potatoes; King Crab Legs served with spicy corn and roasted garlic mashed potatoes; or Mushroom Ravioli in their "Wild Angels" sauce; 263-9653

Sweets for your sweet come courtesy of Lady Di's Cookies & Sweets. Long-stem Chocolate Strawberries are only $2.50 and short-stem are only $1.50; 222-9102

Celebrate your love with the prettiest view in the valley at The Oaks Grille at TPC. Their Valentine's Dinner will be held Saturday, February 12 at 5 p.m. The elegant evening of gourmet food and live entertainment is only $69 a person and includes American and Imported Cheeses; Endive and Heirloom Apple Salad; choice of Chilean Sea Bass, Duo of Filet or Braised Short Rib Ravioli; and assorted chocolate delights. Reservations recommended; 288-1995, extension 109

Show your love to the kids the Sunday before Valentine's Day by treating them to Brunch at El Chaparral Mexican Restaurant (in Canyon Country 252-5599) or Presidente Mexican Grill (in Saugus 297-7244).
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