The Down Turns Back Up! The Oceanaire Seafood Room Resets its Sights on 2010's Economic Recovery

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The Oceanaire Seafood Room helps anticipate the year 2010 with amazing specials priced at only $20.10. Enjoy bottles of wine priced at just $20.10 while lapping up a 3 course menu for $20.10.

Due to overwhelming guest response to the Oceanaire Seafood Room's popular 2010 promotion, the upscale seafood restaurant group has determined to maintain and extend their exclusive offering of $20.10 bottles of wines with a tempting $20.10 tasting menu available for their valued guests.

If you have heard enough bad news about the economy, we have too...

So here's some good news to share. It's now chic to be thrifty. Starting this week of July 6th, the Oceanaire will be putting together a savvy collection of wines to offer at a frugal price. Each week throughout the summer, they will select a red and a white wine and offer them at a recession-busting price $20.10 every night until closing, in anticipation of an even better year in 2010.

But that's not all! In addition to the extraordinary wine offerings, Oceanaire's award winning culinary team has cooked up another savory deal. Sunday through Thursday nights, from 5pm to 7pm the kitchen will also be serving up their "Here's to 2010!" Three course menu for only $20.10 featuring the finest Ultra-fresh seafood which Oceanaire is known for…all conveniently priced for your bottom line, not ours.

So turn off the bad news this summer, put down that remote and get out and raise a glass to the good life - at a great price.

Cheers to 2010!

About The Oceanaire Seafood Room:
The Oceanaire Seafood Room offers ultra-fresh seafood and exceptional service, all in the classic style of a 1930's ocean liner. Chef-driven menus change daily based on the availability of the freshest seafood, flown in each day from around the world. Guests savor entrees such as signature Chesapeake Bay style crab cakes, jumbo shrimp scampi, North Atlantic live lobster, and Alaskan king crab legs - fresh from the Arctic Sea fishing vessel in Dutch Harbor, Alaska. A full raw bar rounds out the restaurant's award-winning culinary offerings. For more information, visit:


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