Local Restaurant Week, the bi-annual bites bonanza is springing up, running for the season from April 1 – 7.
For diners, it’s an opportunity to eat up the local culture by sampling new foods and experiences at area independent restaurants. Corresponding with the year, dining features are priced at $20.19, as well as $30.19 and/or $40.19.
“Diners have a great excuse to skip the usual national chains and give local independent restaurants a try,” said organizer Christa Hobart.
“The money diners spend at our locally owned independent restaurants stays right here in WNY and helps make our community stronger.”
The WNY Local Restaurant Week is one of the top five largest “restaurant week” promotions in the country.
Internationally known chef-restaurateur Mike Andrzejewski noted: “I am one of the founders of Local Restaurant Week so Seabar was the first to participate. It’s a great way to show off the local talent. Every year during Local Restaurant Week, we bring in more new faces, make new regular customers, and new friends,” he said.
Map out your plan now by checking participating places and their menus at www.LocalRestaurantWeek.com.