RSVP to These Five March Restaurant Weeks
Okay—so it’s finally March, and that means it’s time to come out from hibernation and once again enjoy life. The clocks do their thing this weekend, and with a little more daylight to enjoy it’s time to go out to eat with friends and family. Cities around the country are looking to get a few more diners into their booths, as March is a great time to celebrate the local restaurant scene. Here’s a few cities, counties, and areas doing the restaurant week thing this month.
· Sonoma County Restaurant Week:
It cannot get much better than a restaurant week in California wine country, so make your way to Sonoma County between March 10 and March 16. This is their fifth annual event, and they have plenty of options. Three-course special dinner menus will be priced at $19, $29, or $39.
· Hudson Valley Restaurant Week:
Skip out of town for the weekend, and head to New York’s Hudson Valley for some dinner and drinks. Go ahead and start making those reservations now, as the special pricing runs between March 10 and March 23. The restaurant week features prix fixe, three-course dinners for $29.95 and lunches for $20.95.
· Restaurant Week Boston:
Around 200 restaurants in and around the city are setting out their special menus, as the dining discounts do their thing between March 16 and March 21 and then again between March 23 and March 28. Lunch menus are available for $15, $20 or $25, and dinner menus are priced at $28, $33 and $38. Ready, set (menus), go!
· Buckhead Restaurant Week:
In one of Atlanta’s swankier neighborhoods it’s time to go out to dinner, as Buckhead Restaurant Week takes place between March 9 and 17. Make reservations now to take advantage of $15, $25, and $35 menus. They even are partnering with Uber so you can catch a ride—code "BRW2013" will save you for $20 off your first Uber ride to or from participating restaurants.
· Dine Around Seattle:
There’s a lot of dining to be had in Seattle, as their events are already going strong and don’t stop until March 27. It seems like the rules exclude Friday and Saturday evenings, but we’re not going to complain. One starter, one entrée, and one dessert will cost you just $30 for dinner and $15 for lunch.