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Triangle Restaurant Week Launches Its Tenth Year Today

Posted by on Mon, Jan 22, 2018 at 12:23 PM

click to enlarge Fondue at The Little Dipper during Triangle Restaurant Week 2016 - PHOTO BY ALEX BOERNER
  • Photo by Alex Boerner
  • Fondue at The Little Dipper during Triangle Restaurant Week 2016
Triangle Restaurant Week begins today, celebrating its tenth year on the scene.

Now through Sunday, January 28, almost one hundred restaurants, bars, and breweries are offering three-course prix fixe menus at a steal. Lunches start at fifteen dollars; dinners range from twenty to thirty-five. It’s a good chance to try somewhere you’ve never been or roll into an old haunt like a regular and check out its new menu.

In 2016, writer Angela Perez broke down her seven days of TRW indulgence. She delighted in everything from fondue gimmicks and sushi specials to contemporary Mexican and classic shrimp and grits. For the most part, she says, “the food is invariably better.” Read the full report here.

TRW’s online map makes it easy to pick a spot in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Cary, Apex, Morrisville, and Pittsboro. But hurry: reservations go quickly.

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