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Ready, set, eat! Downtown Raleigh Restaurant Week coming up

Posted August 13

Grilled chicken salad with fried goat cheese at Jimmy V's.

— One of our favorite times to experience downtown Raleigh restaurants is during Restaurant Week. Dozens of participating restaurants are offering three-course prix fixe menus from Aug. 18-24.

For its sixth year, Downtown Raleigh Restaurant Week is showcasing the highest number of participants yet – 37 restaurants offering a wide range of cuisines.

Dinner menus are $20 or $30 for most venues, and some are offering a $10 beer or wine pairing option. A few select restaurants are putting together four- to seven-course "elite menus," which include the beverage pairings for $65.

Tax, tip and additional beverages are not included in the price. Reservations are recommended – call the restaurant directly to reserve your seats!

Browse through participating restaurants and their menus on Out & About!

If you like to Instagram your food before you eat it, you might as well enter the Downtown Raleigh Restaurant Week Instagram Contest. Use the hashtag #myDRRW for the chance to win one of five $50 gift cards to a participating restaurant. You can also use the hashtag on Facebook and Twitter. For more information, head to their website.

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  • Bill Brasky Aug 13, 3:50 p.m.

    I avoid downtown at all cost. No reason to go there to spend money when there are much more... View More

    — Posted by A person

    What are your favorite restaurants? Some of my favorite places are downtown. Poole's, Sitti, Bad Daddys, Trophy...Great restaurants

  • Dr. Buddy Mignon Aug 13, 3:09 p.m.

    Are we in double digits for the amount of "Raleigh Restaurant Weeks" yet for the year? It sure feels like it's RRW about once a month.

  • A person Aug 13, 3:07 p.m.

    I avoid downtown at all cost. No reason to go there to spend money when there are much more inviting locations to go