Overwhelmed by the number of Restaurant Week choices? We’ve got five top-five lists to help you decide where to make your reservation.
Best bang for your buck
Looking to take advantage of Restaurant Week’s fixed prices to nab a bit of a deal–while still helping out a great cause? Try one of these spots where, during a regular week, you could easily drop more than $25 (typical entrée prices in parenthesis).
- Julep’s Restaurant ($25 – 31)
- Chez Foushee ($24-36)
- Amuse Restaurant ($20-27)
- Millie’s Diner ($19-28)
- Acacia Mid-town ($18-29)
Listen, there’s nothing wrong with crab cakes–some of my best friends are crab cakes. But sometimes you want something a little out of the box. Here are five Restaurant Week participants each with something a bit different on the menu.
Got dietary restrictions?
Gluten-free? Vegan?1 No problem. A handful of this year’s restaurants offer meals for those of us who are meat, dairy, or gluten adverse.
Bring your kids!
Sure, you probably aren’t going to drop $25 on a three-course meal for your toddler. But just because you’ve got offspring doesn’t mean you can’t participate in Restaurant Week. Here are some good options where you won’t feel totally out of place bringing your little(r) one along.
Sometimes you just don’t want to leave your neighborhood for dinner, ya know?
- The Bottom: Bistros Bobette
- East End: M bistro
- The Museum District: Zeus Gallery Cafe
- The Fan: Acacia Mid-town
- Northside: Tastebuds American Bistro
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- Gluten-free and vegan…well you might be out of luck. ↩