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Savor September at PGA Commons

PGA Commons is kicking off a month of dining specials on September 1. During Savor September
(September 1-30), guests will enjoy a three-course dinner for just $40. This includes a choice of appetizer, entrée, and dessert. 

PGA Commons is located 1/4 mile west of 95 on PGA Boulevard. For more information, visit pgacommons.com.

Participating Restaurants for Savor September

  • Spoto’s Oyster Bar
    • New England Clam Chowder, house salad or 3 Blue Point Oysters
    • Jumbalaya Fettucini
    • Coconut Cream Pie or a Brownie Sundae
    • Bonus — 50% off select bottles of wine
  • Scusi Trattoria
    • Veal and Pork Meatballs, Prosciutto and Melon, or Chopped Scusi Salad
    • Chicken Milanese, Wood-Baked Branzino al Limone or Spaghetti and Meatballs
    • Gelato or Sorbet
    • 50% of all bottles of wine
  • The Cooper
    • Glass of house wine
    • General Tso’s Cauliflower, Cooper Chopped Salad, or Beer-Braised Mussels
    • Spaghettini Pomodoro with Shrimp, Grilled Double-Cut Pork Chop, or the Yellowtail Snapper a la Plancha
    • Key Lime Pie or Flourless Chocolate Cake
  • Kabuki Sushi Thai Tapas
    • Tuna Yuke Tower or Mixed Dumplings
    • Pineapple Fried Rice and Crispy Duck
    • Mochi Ice Cream, flavored with green tea and strawberry
  • Prosecco Café
    • Caprese Plate or Sweet and Tangy Cauliflower
    • 6-Hour Short Ribs, Seared Scottish Salmon or Chicken Piccata
    • Carrot Cake or Chocolate Mousse
    • 50% off bottles of wine
  • Rocco’s Tacos
    • Guacamole and Chips, Mexican Street Corn, or Crispy Chicken Flautas
    • Tacos, Enchiladas or Chicken al Carbon
    • Charley’s Churros, Flan Classico, Tres Leches Cake or Mexican Chocolate Brownie Sundae

 

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