Townsend’s Economic Relief Fund Program

So as you know, we ate at Townsend’s last weekend and had a great meal. While chatting with the owner, Michael Tallon, I found out that in order to encourage more folks to eat out during these tough economic times — Townsend’s is offering a special “Economic Relief Fund Program” Monday through Friday, from 5pm to 7pm (last seating at 6:45). This special package allows you to dine out, eat great food and still not put a huge dent in your weekly allowance.

The 2-course meal goes for $15 and includes your choice of one appetizer and one entree. For another $15, you can add a bottle of the red or white wine selection of the week. This is a great deal!

Here are the yummy-sounding offerings:


Townsend’s Traditional Mussels
Served with Smithwick’s red ale, sliced garlic, shallots and lemon butter (normally $9)
Fall Greens with Red Beets
Served with a Gorgonzola crouton, candied walnuts and a maple sherry vinaigrette (normally $7)
Soup of the Day
(normally $7)
Dublin Coddle
Served over roasted spuds and topped with a fried egg (normally $8)


Irish Style Bolognese
Served with ground lamb, beef and Pancetta over Bucatini (normally $14)
Berkshire Porter and Scallion Battered Fish & Chips
(normally $17)
Wagyu Beef Burger
With aged cheddar, the works and served on grilled focaccia with fries (normally $15)
Grilled Buffalo Chicken Sandwich
With blue cheese dressing, the works and served on grilled focaccia with fries (not on the normal menu)

This special saves you anywhere between $6 and $11… depending on the combination you pick. That’s like getting the appetizer for free, and then some… and these are all hearty dishes that won’t leave you hungry and may even provide you with a bit of leftovers. Definitely worth the visit…

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