As I sit here perusing the price lists at the newly opened 1808 Grille and Urban Flats, I can't help noticing a number that pops up on both menus: $10.50.
That's what it costs for a panini, fries, slaw and tea at 1808. It's also the maximum price for a flatbread at Urban Flats.
Both new restaurants cater to the downtown/Gulch working crowd, offering full service in an impressive atmosphere. Of course, you can spend more at either place, if you leave the panini and flatbread repertoires. But I'm curious if the business minds at these eateries have determined that $10.50 is a magic price ceiling for lunch.
What's your lunch-price threshold?