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Arlington Tavern Launches Pre-Theatre Dinner Special


As the new season of theatre productions roll out in Santa Barbara, Arlington Tavern is pleased to announce their new Pre-Theatre dinner special to attract arts & culture aficionados for dinner before catching a show. Offered between 5:00pm and 6:30pm, Arlington Tavern is presenting a two-course farm-fresh meal for just $35 per person.

Chef Ron True is offering a selection of AT menu classics for the pre-theatre special, including a starter, main entrée, and glass of wine. Starters will include a choice of the popular Caesar Salad, made with little gems & anchovy garlic dressing, a Local Greens salad, or the winter-appropriate Sweet Potato Jalapeno Soup. For the entrée, guests can pick between Grilled Chicken served with buttermilk mash, market vegetables, and marsala gravy, Pan Roasted Local Black Cod topped with trumpet mushrooms, carrots, Brussels leaves, bacon, and mustard butter, or the AT Burger made with Rancho San Julian beef. To accompany their meal, guests can choose between a glass of Ballard Lane Chardonnay or Smashberry Red Blend, both local wines from nearby Santa Ynez Valley.

Arlington Tavern is proud to welcome the New Victoria Theatre back to the block scene and will be offering their pre-theatre special through the end of February in conjunction with the Ensemble Theatre Company’s release of Good People. Guests are also encouraged to stop by Arlington Tavern after the show for a bite of dessert or glass of port. This tasty two-course menu will be served between 5:00pm and 6:30pm for $35 per person, no other promotions can apply. For reservations, please call 805.770.2626

About Arlington Tavern

Arlington Tavern brings the traditional tavern experience to modern day, in a contemporary atmosphere. Chef Ron True serves his hand-crafted, seasonal, farm fresh take on American Tavern classics, using the best local ingredients he can get his hands on. Signature dishes include AT Fried Chicken, Lamb Shank, Crispy Pork Belly, AT Burger made with Rancho San Julian Beef and crowd-favorite Mac & Cheese. Partner Diego Barbieri takes craft beer and local wine seriously, recommending food and beverage pairings that take the meal to the next level. Cozy tables set amongst red leather booths, exposed brick walls and a buzzing open kitchen set the scene for modern comfort cuisine at its best. Patio seating allows guests to enjoy dinner and drinks outside all year long. Open daily for dinner 5pm- late night, happy hour 4-7 pm. Private dining available. 21 W. Victoria Street. 805.770.2626.

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