Sixth Street’s Cold Turkey is now open for dinner Monday through Friday. Guests are encouraged to dine in and enjoy the “relaxed atmosphere, great food, music and art from local artists.” From 4pm to 10pm Cold Turkey will also be offering local delivery service.

Cold Turkey prides itself on not using any freezers, fryers or microwaves to keep everything fresh. Sandwiches and salads cost $7, soups $4, and sides are $2. The restaurant is open Monday through Friday from 11am to 10pm now (Friday open late until 6am), and Saturday from 9pm to 6am.

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