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Triangle Restaurant Week starts Monday, Jan. 26

Posted by on Fri, Jan 23, 2015 at 1:32 PM


If you haven't already, you should start making plans (and, possibly, reservations) because the annual Triangle Restaurant Week winter event begins Monday, Jan. 26 and runs through Feb. 1.

Participating restaurants in Raleigh, Cary, Chapel Hill, Durham, Morrisville and Apex will offer a special, three-course prix fixe lunch menu for $15 or a three-course prix fixe dinner menu for $20, $25 or $30 depending on the restaurant. Some will offer both lunch and dinner options. (Prices do not include beverage, tip or tax.) No matter your taste, there's bound to be a location that suits it—French, Indian, Greek, American, Cajun and Spanish are among the cuisines represented on the list of restaurants involved.

Triangle Restaurant Week has grown to include more than 75 of the area's restaurants. It won't just be restaurants this year, though. Raleigh's Crank Arm Brewery is taking part with a special "Beer Sunday" kickoff event on Sunday, Jan. 25, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets for it are available via Eventbrite. Proceeds will be donated to VS. Cancer, a local nonprofit dedicated to fighting childhood cancer. An event ticket includes a 9 ounce beer and a tour of the brewery.

For more information on Triangle Restaurant Week and the participating venues, visit www.trirestaurantweek.com. You can also follow @TriRestWeek on Twitter.




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