The lunch menu sports a jaw-droppingly modest $15, two-course pairing, in which diners can choose a wedge salad, gumbo or onion rings to go with either the house-smoked duck ham and cheese sandwich topped with a fried duck egg (take that, croque monsieur), broiled twin filets, or a fried oyster salad.
The dinner menu celebrates some of the restaurant's past menus. Longtime Dickie's fans should be happy to see familiar dishes returning during the November celebration, including five onion soup, an 18 ounce Kansas City bone-in New York strip with foie gras butter, veal chop bordelaise, and the decadent-sounding salted caramel profiteroles for dessert, among others.
And, since no celebration would be appropriate in New Orleans without spirits (and no steak would be appropriate without whiskey), the steakhouse is also offering $15 glasses of Moét & Chandon Impérial Brut NV, as well as a flight of three 15-year aged whiskeys, including Redbreast Irish Whiskey as well as Springbank and Dalwhinnie single malts ($20 for three one-ounce pours).
The special will run all through November, with lunch from Wednesday - Friday, 11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m., and dinner nightly from 5:30 p.m. - 10 p.m.