Triangle Restaurant Week: You Can Have It All

During Triangle Restaurant Week, diners can try the high-end Asian dishes at ko*an at a discounted price.

We hope you’re hungry, because Triangle Restaurant Week is just around the corner!

So, ditch the TV dinners and delivery pizza Jan. 20-26 and head out to eat.

With almost 100 local eateries participating, including Raleigh’s Irregardless Cafe and the new kō•än in Cary, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. You can try a new restaurant or enjoy a meal at a favorite hangout. Participating restaurants span from Wake Forest to Chapel Hill and the cuisine ranges from Indian to American to French and everything in between.

The best part? There’s no need to count your pennies. For $15 to $35 per person, you choose your favorite dishes from a pre fixe menu, which is typically three or four courses depending on the restaurant.

Triangle Restaurant Week is a great time to try something new without breaking the bank and without having to sift through an expansive menu, hoping something will pop out at you. With limited menu choices – don’t worry, they are all delicious – the job of picking your meal is a relatively easy one. But narrowing down a few restaurants out of 100? We will leave that to you.

For more information, visit The price listed is for each person and does not include beverages, tax or gratuity.

Participating area restaurants:

Daniel’s Restaurant and Catering
Doherty’s Irish Pub
Osteria G

Academy Street Bistro
Bonefish Grill
Doherty’s Irish Pub
Lugano Ristorante
Maximillian’s Grill & Wine Bar
Ruth’s Chris Steak House
Totopos Street Food and Tequila

Firebirds Wood Fired Grill
Viva Mexican Kitchen

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