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Chicago Restaurant Week

Submitted by on February 16, 2011 – 12:33 am3 Comments

The fourth annual Chicago Restaurant Week kicks off February 18 and runs through February 27, 2011. More than 200 restaurants throughout Chicagoland will offer three-course, prix fixe lunches for $22 and dinners for $33 and $44 (excluding beverages, tax and gratuity).

It wouldn’t be a true celebration without bubbles, would it Road Trips Foodies. This year, Chicago Restaurant Week will feature the Champagne First promotion. Diners can change an expected dining experience into an extraordinary one by starting the meal with champagne at several participating restaurants, including Geja’s Café, Keefer’s, NAHA , One Sixty Blue, Trattoria Isabella and Zealous.

More than two dozen restaurants are participating for the first time, including The Bristol, Chicago q, Branch 27, Duchamp, Bistrot Zinc, EATT, Prairie Fire, Chicago Cut Steakhouse, Dos Diablos, Oceanique, Vermilion, deca RESTAURANT + BAR, Benny’s Chop House, de cero and more.

Chicago Restaurant Week is produced by the Chicago Convention & Tourism Bureau, where you can find more information on visiting the Windy City.

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