If you own an Entertainment Coupon Book, you’ve only got til the end of the month to make use of your discounts. Where to go? What to do? The clock is ticking and in this case, time is definitely money because there are bargains to be had.
Okay, maybe that’s a little too emphatic. But that’s what the voice inside my compulsively frugal head keeps telling me. Another year and another Entertainment Book that has largely gone to waste. Often, my wife and I will drive around thumbing through the book hoping to find somewhere to eat and use a coupon to get one of the entrees for free. I always think it’s going to be fun, but as our stomaches growl louder with each moment of indecision, closed down restaurant, and “under new management” excuse, sometimes the Entertainment book can be more trouble than it’s worth.
Lucky for you, I’ve got an indulgent suggestion. Read my recent write-up of Bistro R review and consider that destination as your last Entertainment book hurrah of the 2006-07 cycle. You have until Wednesday of next week. The review was an unfortunately neglected post wherein I reclaimed this space for food writing over my frequent distration with politics. Plus, the owner of Bistro-R has chimed in with a courteous response that you may find informative.