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WestShore Plaza offers food deals this month

Irish 31 Pub House and Eatery offers free appetizer with purchase off the menu.

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Irish 31 Pub House and Eatery offers free appetizer with purchase off the menu.

October means free candy for youngsters for Halloween, but at WestShore Plaza, it's Restaurant Month. From now through Oct. 31 guests can take advantage of meal deals from appetizers to desserts at some of the mall's most popular restaurants.

Irish 31: Get one complimentary appetizer with the purchase of any other menu item. Only valid for appetizers up to $6.

Seasons 52: Enjoy a complimentary flatbread with an entree purchase.

Maggiano's: Receive a complimentary dessert with the purchase of an entree. Only valid for desserts up to $8.95.

Grimaldi's: Free slice of cheesecake with the purchase of a large pizza. Excludes dessert trio.

Besito Mexican: Receive free tableside guacamole with the purchase of two entrees.

PF Chang's: Enjoy a complimentary Chang's Chicken Lettuce Wraps with the purchase of two entrees.

Mitchell's Fish Market: Receive a complimentary Chef's Appetizer or Dessert Selection of the Day with the purchase of any entree. Only valid on items up to $12.

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WestShore Plaza offers food deals this month 10/19/16 [Last modified: Wednesday, October 19, 2016 3:06pm]
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