Dixons Downtown Grill doling out comforting dinner deals

Aaron Youngblood, exec chef at Dixons Downtown Grill (read his recent Chef and Tell interview here), is cooking up a series of $9.99 comfort-food specials at the restaurant at 1610 16th Street.

Last night, the deal debuted with chicken pot pie. Tonight's special is beef brisket; stuffed meatloaf is on tap for tomorrow, with an herb-roasted half chicken on Thursday. And the comforting bargains continue through the weekend, with shrimp, chips and slaw on Friday, slow-roasted beef short ribs on Saturday and steak Stroganoff on Sunday.

The lineup will repeat through the winter. Most of the dishes include sides in the $9.99 price. For more info, call 303-573-6100.

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