Brackets' New Lunch Menu Might Make You Skip The Olive Garden

The burger at Brackets is bigger than your face (and your biceps).
The burger at Brackets is bigger than your face (and your biceps).
Mike Mezeul

Sure, the unlimited soup, salad and breadstick lunch at The Olive Garden is cheap and filling, but there's a new lunch menu that will make you want to skip those chain restaurant deals. As Hanna Raskin reported in March, Brackets (5300 E. Mockingbird Lane) is about to launch a revamped dinner menu soon, but the restaurant has just added lunch specials -- all less than $10 -- to lure the lunch crowd in for a quick bite and round of table tennis. The new specials include $5.95 appetizers like chicken and corn quesadillas and spinach dip. Sausage and pepper sandwiches, Reubens and burgers are all $7.95 with a salad or fries included. There's also a mix-and-match combo for $7.95 that allows customers to choose any three options from a soup, salad and slider menu. That means the vegan chick from your office can have three salads while you attack a plate of pulled pork sliders. If you're in the mood for meal bigger than your face, order fish and chips or the pork chop with macaroni and cheese for $9.95. Your face will be happy and so will your wallet. Your vegan coworker might look for a new lunch companion though.

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