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Triangle Restaurant Week celebrates with lower prices

Posted May 11, 2009

— Triangle residents can sample cuisine prepared at local restaurants for special, fixed prices this week.

During Triangle Restaurant Week, more than 50 locally owned restaurants will be offering a three-course meal – appetizer, entree and desert – at a lower price. Lunches are $15, and dinners $25, excluding beverages, tip and tax.

The special runs Monday through Sunday.


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  • christineswisher May 11, 2009

    Does anybody think that these prices are a little OVER the top??? I fail to see the bargain....

  • hazeyc May 11, 2009

    Quite a few restaurants have only one item - no choice. If I went with someone I would want them to try a different item and we could both taste it.
    I agree with the 1st poster - its a missed opportunity.

    Lots of menus not available and the week has started.

  • NE Raleigh May 11, 2009

    Maybe someone should have told the Twisted Fork for Mother's Day brunch. Almost $20.00 for the buffet per adult. For basically eggs, bacon, french toast, and panckes. Coffee and juice extra! What a rip off!

  • PrayerWorks May 11, 2009

    Fridays has sandwiches for $5.00, now that's a deal!

  • whatsthatyousay May 11, 2009

    I understand how for some of these more expensive places that $15 lunch/$25 dinner would be a good deal. But for places like The Pit (I thought it was a cheaper restaurant)... it seems odd. $25 for stew, a pulled pork platter and banana pudding? Am I reading this wrong?

    However - do try Coquette! It is yummy!

  • Journey985 May 11, 2009

    I have tried 3 times to use the link provided inthis story, and every time it locks up my Internet explorer and closes down my WRAl window!!! So much for checking this out!

  • MissManda- has real boobs May 11, 2009

    the website attached to the link sucks!!! i can't print it and half the websites are showing up as invalid. I doubt its my computer but some of the restaurants sound awesome!!

  • LuvLivingInCary May 11, 2009

    my first thoughts was what a great opportunity to try something new. i looked at about five of the menus...lots of pork and salmon...

    seems like the places participating in this wanted to offer their lowest cost and highest profit items instead of trying to really impress someone new to come to their place.

    it's a missed opportunity in my opinion.