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Looking for a lunch deal? Aaron Staudenmaier’s all-you-can-eat August lunch special at Lovers Seafood & Market is a winner


Lovers Seafood and Market in Dallas has launched an all-you-can-eat catfish lunch special for the month of August.  If you’re into catfish, this is a great $18 deal (I’m not, but chef Aaron Staudenmaier’s version is the most enticing version I’ve tried.)
$18 gets you unlimited platefuls of fried catfish, French fries, hush puppies and a choice of regular or spicy tartar sauce.

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