Foodies, gourmands, gourmets and interested diners will want to take advantage of Chicago Restaurant Week 2013, a citywide culinary celebration taking place this year from February 1-10 in restaurants all across the area.
Over 250 restaurants are participating in this exciting 10-day event, which gives guests a chance to enjoy incredible meals at a discounted price from a range of different cuisines.
Featuring prix fixe menus of multiple courses starting at $22 for lunch and $33/$44 for dinner (excluding beverages, tax and gratuity), Chicago Restaurant Week is a fun way to chase away the cold weather and winter blahs to make February a thrilling month.
Whatever type of cuisine you and your friends are hungry for, you’ll find a participating Chicago restaurant where you can sample the very best of the menu at unbeatable prices. Italian, Mexican, American, Japanese, Latin, French, Greek, Barbeque, Asian Fusion, Steaks, Fondue, Pub Fare, Cuban, Spanish/Tapas, Mediterranean and more – no matter what your taste buds are hungry for, you’ll find it at this delicious culinary event.
Some new choices you have to dine at for 2013 include Carriage House, City Tavern, Cru, The Lobby, Nellcote, Untitled and BellyQ. Some Chicago favorites that will fill up fast include NoMI Kitchen, Sepia (a Michelin-starred restaurant), Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak and Stone Crab, SushiSamba Rio and Piccolo Sogno.
Many of the restaurants take reservations, and it’s a good idea to create a plan of attack for Chicago Restaurant Week and book your table in advance, because the excellent deals on high quality cuisine tend to attract quite the crowd. Call the restaurant of your choosing directly for reservations or book it via OpenTable.com, available as a website or mobile app.
What are you waiting for? The restaurants of Chicago are waiting for you!
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