Austin Restaurant Week begins in March
March 3, 2012 by Sarah
Mouths are watering in anticipation for Austin’s Restaurant Week, a two-week event which will take place March 25-28, and April 1-4. During Restaurant Week, participants can make reservations to dine at some of the best restaurants in the city at fixed menu prices.
Meals served at each restaurant will differ, but all will offer pre-fixed menu prices of $11-$16 for lunch and $26-$36 for dinner. A few will also offer brunch for $15-$20. Reservations can be made on the Austin Restaurant Week website, and for each reservation made, ARW will make a donation to their non-profit beneficiaries.
In addition, participants may download the ARW app for iPhone and Android phones to find maps and information on participating restaurants, or find print maps at each participating establishment and at many Austin businesses. ARW also has a page on Facebook as well, with contests, giveaways, and a list of participating restaurants.
Over 75 restaurants participated last year in a range of styles, including the 1886 Café and Bakery, Eleven Plates & Wine, Cipollina, Haddingtons, Kenichi, The Melting Pot, and many more.
Flyer printing and banner printing are often used to advertise such events, so these services and more are sure to be in demand leading up to the event. Many major cities across the US also have Restaurant Week events, including Boston, Denver, New York, San Diego and St. Louis among many others, making it a great opportunity for restaurants to really shine, and for culinary connoisseurs to get a great deal on nice food, no matter where you are.