Asheville, NC – In its fifth year, Asheville Restaurant Week will take place over the course of 10 days during January 17-26, 2017. Participating restaurants will provide a prix fixe menu featuring one or more of the following options: a $15 two-course lunch, $35 three-course dinner OR $30 dinner for two.
The concept of Restaurant Week offers locals and tourists alike the opportunity to experience dining in a new or favorite restaurant with a specifically tailored prix fixe meal at a reasonable price. It offers the restaurants a promotion to offer patrons during an often shoulder-season time frame, post holiday.
“Asheville Restaurant Week has provided a tremendous impact on the economy of Asheville in our winter season,” says William Dissen, Executive Chef and Owner of The Marketplace Restaurant. “Not only is it a great price-point for restaurant goers, it also gives a boost to support our businesses, farms, and everyone in the area. It doesn’t hurt that you get to eat some amazing food, as well.”
As the list of confirmed restaurants continue to grow, current participating restaurants include: 131 Main Restaurant, Addissae Ethiopian Restaurants, Ambrozia Bar & Bistro, The Blackbird, Blue Dream Curry House, Bomba, Buffalo Nickel, The Bull and Beggar, Cantina at Biltmore, Chestnut, Copper Crown, Corner Kitchen, Curate, Golden Fleece, Isa’s Bistro, LAB, Marco’s Pizzeria, The Marketplace Restaurant, Modesto Trattoria, Nightbell, Posana, Red Stag Grill, Rezaz, Rhubarb, Roux, Ruth’s Chris Steak House Biltmore, Storm Rhum Bar & Bistro, Strada Italiano, Table, Twisted Laurel, White Duck Taco and Wicked Weed..
For updated information on participating restaurants, menu features and to make reservations, please visit www.AshevilleRestaurantWeek.com.
Asheville Restaurant Week is presented by the Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce, Mission Health, and PSNC Energy, and sponsored by Asheville Radio Group, Allegra Asheville, Asheville Citizen-Times, iHeart Media, WLOS, WCQS, WNC Magazine, PLI and First Bank.
The Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce is a member organization with more than 1,700 members. Chamber members collaborate with area organizations and coalitions to support the community and each other with the mission of building community through business. The Chamber is home to the Asheville Visitor Center which welcomes over 200,000 visitors per year.