Cleveland Restaurant Week 2021 is approaching
CLEVELAND, Ohio – Cleveland Independents of Cleveland Restaurant Week is scheduled from November 1 to 13.
Most of the 30 or so participating restaurants will offer prix fixe three-course dinners, with prices ranging from $ 33 to $ 36 due to rising food costs, said Myra Orenstein, interim executive director of the 16-year-old organization, in a statement.
Last year, restaurants adopted take-out as a balm for restrictions brought about by the coronavirus pandemic. This option will continue for the week of November.
Some restaurants will have weekend specials with prix fixe dinners available during the week only, Orenstein added.
Participating menus and restaurants will be published via www.clevelandrestaurantweek.com during the week of October 17th.
Cleveland Restaurant Week is the largest marketing promotion for Cleveland Independents, a consortium of approximately 70 local restaurants ranging from fine dining to casual cuisines large and small, and assorted.
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