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Eat Your City Restaurant Week Returns

Monday August 10th, 2015, 9:11pm


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Eat Your City Restaurant Week is back again this summer.

Diners and food lovers alike can celebrate Windsor and Essex County’s local dining scene by taking part in the unique culinary event. Visit any participating restaurant between now and Sunday August 16th, and indulge in 3-course meals for lunch or dinner at great values across the county.

Each restaurant will offer a unique Eat Your City menu and highlight the diverse and exceptional local dining in the region.

Diners can enjoy a 3-course lunch for $10 or $15 or head out to dinner and indulge in a 3 course meal for $25 or $35 and choose from multiple selections for each course.

“This year we have 20 restaurants participating,” says Adriano Ciotoli, co-owner of WindsorEats. “It has become a much-anticipated event. Customers have a chance to visit their favourite restaurants, get a great deal and experience something new.”

Many of the participating restaurants are also offering items not normally on their regular menu.

“The restaurant week allows restaurants to get creative and come up with items outside of their regular menu and that are only offered for the duration of the restaurant week,” says Ciotoli.

To get a complete listing of participating Eat Your City restaurants and to view menus check out their website.

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