Winter Restaurant Weeks Continue in Boston, Cleveland, Denver + More

Don’t miss these steals on meals in a city near you.

Winter restaurant weeks continue. Revisit old favorites and try new restaurants on your to-dine list for less.

* Annapolis Restaurant Week:  $15.95 two-course lunches and $32.95 three-course dinners, February 25-March 3. Book a table.

* Atlantic City Restaurant Week: $15.13 lunches and $33.13 dinners, March 3-9. Book a table.

* Restaurant Week Boston: 2-course light lunches for $15.13, 3-course lunches for $20.13, and 3-course dinners for $38.13, March 17-22 and 24-29. Book a table.

* Buckhead Restaurant Week: $15, $25 and $35 set menus, March 9-17. Book a table.

* Calgary’s The Big Taste: $15-$25 lunches and $25-$35 and $85 dinners, March 1-10. Book a table.

* Chicago Chef Week: $22 three-course lunches and $44 three-course dinners, March 17-22. Book a table.

* Downtown Cleveland Restaurant Week: $15 lunches and $30 dinners, February 22-March 3. Book a table.

* Denver Winter Restaurant Week: $26.40 dinners for one and $52.80 dinners for two, February 23-March 8. Book a table.

* Frederick Restaurant Week: $15.13 and $20.13 lunches and $20.13 & $30.13 dinners, March 4-10. Book a table.

* Hudson Valley Restaurant Week: $20.95 lunches and $29.95 dinners, March 11-24. Book a table.

* Louisville 502 Restaurant Week: Special gourmet dinners at $50.20 per couple or $50.20 per person, February 22-March 3. Book a table.

* Mpls.St.Paul Magazine Restaurant Week: $10-$20 lunches and $15-$30 dinners, February 24-March 1. Book a table.

* Orange County Restaurant Week: $10, $15 or $20 lunches and $20, $30 or $40 dinners, February 24-March 2. Book a table.

Dine Around Seattle: $30 dinners, March 3-28. Book a table.

* Sonoma Winter Restaurant Week: $19, $29 or $39 three-course dinners, March 18-24. Book a table.

* South Jersey Restaurant Week: $25 or $35 four-course dinners, March 17-22. Book a table.


  1. Jackie Walker says

    Your website is very frustrating. I receive an email listing restaurants in Vegas that are participating in restaurant week. But there is NO information about menu options offered at the restaurant week prices. When I try looking further in your website, the restaurant week blog doesn’t even MENTION Las Vegas as having a restaurant week. I’d like to participate, but I really don’t want to call a dozen restaurants to inquire about the menu options offered at each restaurant. Because of this issue, I gave up a week ago when I got the first email from you about Vegas restaurant week. I had hoped this latest email meant improvements in the information had been made. But no such luck.

  2. says

    Hi Jackie…

    I apologize for your experience. We appreciate your feedback and will use it to improve how we present restaurant week information going forward.

    Thank you for reaching out.

    Kind regards,

    Caroline Potter
    Chief Dining Officer

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