September 2016 Restaurant Weeks: Late Summer Savings

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Summer is coming to an end, but September 2016 restaurant weeks are still in season. 

Flavor Palm Beach has kicked off with $10 + $20 lunches and $30, $35, $40 + $45 dinners through September 30. Make a reservation.

* Charleston Restaurant Week features delightful deals on three-course dinners and lunches through September 18. Make a reservation.

Downtown Dine O’ Round Salt Lake City is almost here. Order $5 + $10 lunches and $15 + $35 dinners, September 9-25. Make a reservation.

Midtown Atlanta Restaurant Week is coming with $15 + $25 lunches and brunches and $25 + $35 dinners, September 10-18. Make a reservation.

Dining Out for Life Baltimore brings you a chance to do good while you dine out. Eat at a participating restaurant and 25-100% of your bill will be donated to Moveable Feast on September 15. Make a reservation.

* Brandywine Valley Restaurant Week has $15 two-course lunches + $35 three-course dinners through September 18. Make a reservation.

Restaurant Week New Orleans lets the good times roll with $20 two-course lunches + $39 three-course dinners, September 12-18. Make a reservation.

Omaha Restaurant Week is 10 full nights of belt-busting fun that benefits the Food Bank for the Heartland with $20, $30, $40 + $50 dinners, September 16-25. Make a reservation.

* Cobb County Restaurant Week has a trifecta of savings with $15, $25 + $35 brunches, lunches, and dinners, September 17-24. Make a reservation.

Center City District Restaurant Week comes to the PHL with $20 lunches + $35 dinners, September 11-16 and September 18-23. Make a reservation.Continue Reading

dineLA 2016 Preview: Save in the City of Angels, July 18-31

Los Angeles has recently been touted as “the most exciting food city in America,” and dineLA Restaurant Week continues to be one of Summer’s highlights for Angelenos. This is your opportunity to experience an all-star lineup of some the city’s best restaurants for less. Featuring lunches for $15, $20, and $25 and dinners for $29, $39 or $49, this is the must-dine event of the year. As you prepare to book your reservations, check out these dineLA 2016 offerings and snag your tables early and often.

BOA Steakhouse Santa Monica +
BOA Steakhouses are holding on strong to their status of being perennial LA hot spots. Both locations continue to combine a bold, modern environment with upmarket steakhouse fare. Not to worry, pescatarians; they are just as well-regarded for their superb seafood dishes and Instagram-worthy sides. Make a dineLA 2016 reservation at BOA Steakhouse Santa Monica and BOA Steakhouse West Hollywood.

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Petrossian Paris Boutique & Restaurant
If you really want to go big for dineLA 2016, look no further than the refined opulence that is Petrossian in West Hollywood. This caviar-centric restaurant will be offering a unique three-course dinner menu reflecting chef Alex Ageneau’s lighter, California-inspired approach to traditional French fare. And, keep an eye out for their extra special Royal Caviar Tasting menu, being offered at 30% off the regular price. Now that’s something to “ooh, la, la” about! Make a dineLA 2016 reservation at Petrossian French Boutique & Restaurant.

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April 2016 Restaurant Weeks: Celebrate Your City’s Dining Scene

Spring is the perfect time to get out and dine, and, bonus, there are restaurant weeks cropping up around the nation! Find out where you can save on your next meal.

April 2016 Restaurant Weeks

Dine out for Autism NYC is your chance to help change the face of autism all month long. A percentage of your bill will be donated to Autism Speaks when you dine at a participating restaurant in New York City through April 30. Make a reservation.

Newport Restaurant Week started April 1st, but it’s no joke! Dig into delightful $16 lunches + $35 dinners through April 10. Make a reservation.

Hamptons Restaurant Week heats up LI’s East End with $27.95 lunches + dinners, April 3-10. Make a reservation.

Talbot Restaurant Week rolls into Maryland’s Eastern Shore with two-course $20.16 lunches + three-course $33.16 dinners, April 3-9. Make a reservation.

Seattle Restaurant Week is sure to please Jet City foodies. Don’t miss two-course $15 lunches + three-course $30 dinners, April 10-21. Make a reservation.

Western New Yorks Local Restaurant Week is your opportunity support your favorite local spots in the WNY with $20.16, $30.16, and $40.16 lunches + dinners, April 11-17. Make a reservation.Continue Reading

D.C. Restaurant Week Winter 2016: 9 Winning #RWDMV Dishes

Metropolitan Washington Restaurant Week starts today and runs through January 31. It’s a delicious way for you to mix up your dining routine, explore blossoming neighborhoods, and experience some of the area’s best restaurants – at a hefty discount. Three-course, prix-fixe meals cost $22 for lunch and $35 for dinner (excluding tax and gratuity). Given the chill that’s in the air, we wanted to suggest to you 9 of our favorite warming and winning dishes that you can try during D.C. Restaurant Week Winter 2016. So start planning where you want to go and what you want to eat. And, act quickly – these tables will go fast.

Founding Farmers, Tysons Corner, Virginia
You’ve never had eggplant marinara quite like this. Rounds of the purple veg are deep fried then stacked up in a mini cast iron skillet with layers of ricotta cheese and mushroom cream and finished off with plenty of nonna-style ragu. It’s comfort incarnate.  Make a D.C. Restaurant Week reservation at Founding Farmers.

D.C. Restaurant Week Winter 2016

Zentan, Washington, D.C.
There are few dishes more warming on a winter’s day than a bowl of ramen. A spicy miso broth cradles circlets of char siu pork, a slightly runny boiled egg, a handful of golden corn kernels, and bean sprouts. Remember: slurping isn’t just acceptable; it’s considered a compliment. Make a D.C. Restaurant Week reservation at Zentan.

D.C. Restaurant Week Winter 2016

Evening Star Café, Alexandria, Virginia
How could you pass up a dish called the Fairytale Pumpkin? We couldn’t. A ring of roasted pumpkin wedges accented with brown butter and a speckling of rye crumble sits atop sunchoke puree. You’ll leave feeling certain you’ll live happily ever after. Make a D.C. Restaurant Week reservation at Evening Star Café.

D.C. Restaurant Week Winter 2016

Penn Commons, Washington, D.C.
These ravioli pair the rich earthiness of wild mushrooms with the sweetness of caramelized onions. Coronated by a mélange of onions, carrots. and other root vegetables, the flavor-packed pasta is lavished with a ladle full of rich sage cream. We like to sop up the last of the sauce with the restaurant’s rightfully adored pretzel baguettes. Make a D.C. Restaurant Week reservation at Penn Commons.

D.C. Restaurant Week Winter 2016

Pennsylvania 6, Washington, D.C.
When temperatures dip, we love filling up with a big bowl of carbs. This mezze maniche rigate bolstered by lamb shoulder ragu will do the trick nicely. Frankly, we’re getting hangry just thinking about it. Make a D.C. Restaurant Week reservation at Pennsylvania 6.

D.C. Restaurant Week Winter 2016

Tico, Washington, D.C.
Slightly spicy and gloriously gooey, this Manchego rich mac ‘n’ cheese warms the belly and the heart. Everyone at the table should get their own portion because it’s too good to share. It might sound like we’re promoting greediness, but we’re just being pragmatic. Make a D.C. Restaurant Week reservation at Tico.

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