NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Over forty different restaurants in New Brunswick are offering a variety of “Restaurant Week” deals this week, up from 25 that participated last year.
The two-week long discounts continue through this Saturday, July 27. The campaign is organized by New Brunswick City Market, a quasi-governmental agency that promotes local businesses in the downtown area.
Below is a sampling of the offers available as part of the promotion.
THREE-COURSE FIXED PRICE MENUS
Several restaurants in the area offer three course menus at different fixed prices.
Located on Dennis Street, the Frog and the Peach is offering their lunch menu for just $19 and their dinner menu for $42. Next door, Delta’s offers their menu for $37.95.
On Church Street, Steakhouse 85 offers a deal for two: $99 per couple for the deal plus a bottle of wine.
It’s $26 for the fixed price menu at the George Street Ale House, and or $25 for Harvest Moon Brewery & Cafe, also located on the downtown’s main drag. Further down George Street it’s $31/$35 for the menu at Makeda Ethiopan Restaurant.
On Livingston Avenue, Christopher’s Bar and Restaurant (in the Heldrich Hotel) charges $30 with $20 wine pairings. Across the street, Catherine Lombardi also offers a menu for $30 per person.
Sahara on Easton Avenue also offers a fixed-price menu for $26.
Complimentary beverages are available with purchases made at Filippo’s Famous Pizza (George St.) and at Hansel ‘n Griddle (Church St.).
Indochine (George St.) will give a free dessert to patrons who spend at least $25.
Many other local restaurants, including Destination Dogs, Mike’s Courtside Tavern, Jersey Subs, Panico’s, Maoz Vegetarian, The Old Bay, Cups, Red Mango, and Bonchon offers some discount or special this week.
Full details are available at the City Market’s website and the Resutaurant Week Facebook page.
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