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Central 214 Serves Up a New Tasting Menu

Need dinner plans? Three-course meals can be quite expensive, but if you have $30, check out the new "Pick Your Plates" tasting menu at Central 214 (5680 North Central Expressway). Naughty Chef Blythe Beck's menu includes new entrée options in addition to favorites like chicken and waffles and diver scallops. You'll also choose a soup or salad and dessert, so save room for the rich chocolate and peanut butter crème brulee or banana pudding with waffles doused in Maker's Mark. Seatings are available 5 to 10 p.m. Sunday through Wednesday, 5 to 10:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday.

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