For this tasty tart, you can also cut it into smaller bites to create a party-ready appetizer. Tools you'll need: These savory tartlets are inspired by flavors of the Mediterranean.
Reminiscent of Greek spanakopita, they combine spinach, feta cheese, and fresh dill in a crunchy phyllo dough shell.
Personally, I’ve never seen a coupon for this restaurant.
That doesn’t mean that they don’t exist, but don’t expect to save money on your bill.
The selection of sides is fairly sizable too – mostly starches, with a few veggies available.
The cheapest item on the standard menu is .95 for the Little House Salad, while the most expensive item is the .95 grilled rib-eye steak served with both fries and onion rings.
In any case, the good news is that most of the menu items range from .95 to 18.95 range – rather affordable, especially considering the size of the portions.
Just beware of the desserts if you’re watching your budget: One slice of their famous cheesecake costs .95 to .95.
Out of all the restaurants on this list, The Cheesecake Factory has the most choices.
And for .50, your child can have chicken fingers with spaghetti.