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Triangle to kick off restaurant week

Posted May 16, 2010

— Local cuisine connoisseurs have reason to celebrate.

Triangle Restaurant week will kick off again Monday.

Through next Sunday, diners can get three-course lunches and dinners for a fixed price. More than six dozen restaurants are participating.

Lunches are set at $15, and dinners at $25, excluding beverages, taxes and tip.

The week also features theme nights, including Girls Nite Out on Friday and Wine Down Sunday.


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  • WinnieFan May 24, 2010

    Man, what a great deal... just ate a Ruth Chris Steakhouse last night and got in on this.

    $25 for a salad, entree choice of either Filet or Chicken, choice of either Spinach or Mashed Potatoes for a side (or you can upgrade for $2 more, which I did), and choice of Chocolate Sin or Cheesecake for dessert. You CANNOT BEAT $25 a person in a place like that!

  • Ima Cook May 18, 2010

    why does it say 18/27/09???????? It's up there in the "related" section. seems it's supposed to be a date?????

  • betsyhockaday May 17, 2010

    Lunch $15 Dinner $25 - Entree, Appetizer and Dessert and some of the nicer restaurants in the area. For that it is a good deal. These are not chain restaurants but some of the nicest restaurants in the area. It's all relative. If it's still too much that's okay. It's an option.

  • ncguy May 17, 2010

    Animal Lover-
    $15 bucks for a 3 course is a good deal.

    You must be a cheap date!

  • CestLaVie May 17, 2010

    Whoa!!! $15 for lunch.....wowza! How about a ONE-course lunch for less than 10 bucks? Good for your wallet AND your body. Maybe I missed the fine print.....this just for bankers, lawyers, others who make big salaries??