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Published on October 25th, 2012 | by Mike Scarbrough

$5 Eats at Grub Sprawl in East Village

What’s the Grub Sprawl?

Grub Sprawl is a great way to check out some of the trendiest restaurants in the East Village for just $5 bucks a plate. Grub Sprawl pops up several times a year, creating awareness of the growing restaurant scene in the San Diego area. Grub Sprawl gives you a chance to try new dishes and restaurants that may be new to you.

The great folks at Alternative Strategies put on Grub Sprawl and coordinate with local restaurants to bring you delicious treats to put in your belly for just five bucks!

There will be tables setup outside of select participating restaurants and staffed by the friendly Alternative Strategies crew. They will pass out free wristbands and maps of the participating restaurants. All you need to do is show your wristband to your wait staff at the select restaurants and you’re eligible for all of the featured $5 dishes of the night. Anyone can participate and you don’t have to sign up beforehand to do it, just go get your free wristband and start chomping.

Hey, I just met you, and this is crazy, but meatloaf sliders at the Grub Sprawl, maybe? =D

The Specials:

  • Bub’s at the Ball Park
    SKINNY BOY ARCHIE CHICKEN SAMMIE AND TOTS Half sandwich of our fan favorite Archie chicken sandwich and a half order of tots. bakery roll, grilled chicken, Archie sauce (honey mustard and buffalo mix), sauteed mushrooms, Swiss cheese, mozzarella cheese and tater tots
  • East Village Tavern & Bowl
  • Level 9 at Hotel Indigo Gaslamp
    Carmalized onions, peppers, mushrooms, & cheese sauce
    *Paired with Karl Strauss Red Trolley Taster (persons 21+)
  • The Knotty Barrel
    Served with house cut potato chips
  • Lotus Thai
    Served with a small drink
  • Village 631
  • Lolita’s at the Park
    Charcoal-broiled marinated prime steak, served with a spicy lime dipping sauce and mixed greens

Where & When

Grub Sprawl
East Village
Monday, Nov 12th, 2012

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Mike Scarbrough

is a San Diego local, entrepreneur, food writer and editor of EatSD. Google+ | Facebook | Twitter

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