During the week-long event, participating venues will be offering three-course prix fixe dinners for $20 or $30 per person (tax and tip not included).
New this year, some restaurants will be offering DIY Progressive Dinners, where restaurants will offer one specific course to feature during restaurant week. That way, you can build your own three-course meal by dining at a few different restaurants instead of just one. So far, Jimmy V's Osteria and Bar is offering an entree special (in addition to their $10 lunch and $30 dinner specials), while Bittersweet, Lucettegrace and Treat are offering dessert courses.
Similar to Triangle Restaurant Week, no tickets or coupons are required. Reservations are recommended, and most of those can be made online through OpenTable.com. The specials will be available during each participating venue's normal dinner hours.
Downtown Raleigh Restaurant Week runs Aug. 17-23.
For menus and prices, check out the Downtown Raleigh Restaurant Week website.