Chase away the winter chill at some of the area’s best restaurants.
During Triangle Restaurant Week, Jan. 21- 27, participating restaurants will offer special, three-course menu options at fixed prices — $10 or $15 for lunch and $20 to $35 for dinner.
“This winter’s Triangle Restaurant Week celebrates 12 years of culinary excellence in the Triangle,” said Damon Butler, Founder of Triangle Restaurant Week, in a press release. “We are very excited to announce the addition of several new restaurants for 2019.”
Since the inaugural event, Triangle Restaurant Week has grown to include more than 100 eateries, generating more than $500,000 in additional revenue. More than a million diners are expected to participate in the event, which is typically held during one of the slowest times of the year for restaurants, according to Butler.
This year, newly participating restaurants include O-Ku Raleigh, Sushi Mon and all three Bonefish Grill locations.
“We’re proud to be a part of the community and as ‘foodies,’ we’re excited for this year’s restaurant week,” said Sean De’Angelone, managing partner at Bonefish. “Come visit us at Bonefish Grill – we are going to have something special for everyone!”
Other Cary restaurants include Academy Street Bistro, Doherty’s Irish Pub, Lugano Ristorante, Maximillians Grill & Wine Bar, Nazara Indian Bistro, Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, Totopos Street Food & Tequila, and Tribeca Tavern.
In Morrisville, Firebirds Wood Fired Grill and Viva Mexican Kitchen will take part in Triangle Restaurant Week. Apex locations include Daniel’s Restaurant and Catering, Osteria G and Doherty’s Irish Pub.
Details about the event can be found on Triangle Restaurant Week’s website.