Scary Aerie Dinner, Fratelli Fights Hunger & Dine-O-Round at Bambara 

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The ghoulish gourmet: On Halloween, from 6-9 p.m., Snowbird’s Aerie Restaurant will host the third annual Scary Aerie Dinner, a four-course meal with an eerie Halloween twist. First course is a choice of Spooky Salad or Thai Chicken Liver & Bloody Noodle Soup, followed by either Snail en Croûte, Dracula’s Lasagna Bites or Inferno Shrimp. Costume-clad (optional) customers will then choose from entrees including Monk-Flesh (monkfish) in Ghoulish Gravy, Freaky Filet of Monster Bird (ostrich), Succulent Shrunken Hens (quail) and Sweet ’n’ Savory Frightful Fowl (free-range chicken). And for dessert, there’s Death by Chocolate, of course. The cost for the Scary Aerie’s frightening feast is only $39 per person, and with The Aerie’s stellar wine, beer and cocktail selection, there isn’t a ghost of a chance I’ll miss this one. The Aerie is located at the top of Snowbird’s Cliff Lodge. Call 933-2181 to make reservations. n n

Fratelli Ristorante celebrates its first anniversary with its second annual Fratelli Fights Hunger dinner on Nov. 1 from 5-10 p.m. Your $30 buys you a five-course meal, with half of all proceeds donated to the Utah Food Bank to help kick off their holiday food drive. Optional wine pairings will also be available. For reservations, phone 495-4550. Fratelli Ristorante is in the Quarry Bend Shopping Center in Sandy. (FratelliUtah.com)

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• The Fall Downtown Dine O’ Round in September was a big success. And it’s not over yet at Bambara restaurant. “We are continuing these wildly popular specials to give people a little break at less than our Dine O’ Round price,” says Art Cazares, Bambara general manager. All year round at Bambara, chef Dave Jones will offer a three-course Blue Plate Special lunch for $11 and his Chef’s Pantry three-course dinner for $28. The menu changes daily, featuring seasonal local organic and farm products when available. 202 S. Main St., 363-5454, Bambara-SLC.com.

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Quote of the week: I didn’t claw my way to the top of the food chain to eat vegetables. —Bumper sticker at Kitty Pappas’ Steak House

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