Downtown Cleveland Restaurant Week to Kickoff February 20

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The 8th annual Downtown Cleveland Restaurant Week will commence on February 20th and run through March 1st. This year will feature one of the biggest and brightest lineups of restaurants yet, with nearly 50 independent restaurants participating.

Participating restaurants will be offering $30 three-course menus for one or two diners. Select eateries also will be offering $15 prix fixe lunch deals.



This year’s theme is “Cleveland Comfort Food,” with downtown chefs creating and sharing their favorite comfort food and family recipes throughout Restaurant Week.

Downtown Cleveland Restaurant Week is a great way to sample those new restaurants you’ve been dying to try without breaking the bank. Butcher & the Brewer, Adega, Urban Farmer, Hofbräuhaus and Willeyville all will be participating.



Prefer to stick with a classic? Hit Chinato, Johnny's Downtown, Lola and Blue Point.

Check out the full list of participating restaurants and their menus here.
http://www.downtowncleveland.com/media/234040/rw15_menus.pdf

Throughout Downtown Cleveland Restaurant Week, ABM Parking Management is offering $3 off parking at select locations for Downtown diners. Vouchers will be available at DowntownCleveland.com.

Participating parking locations include:
Warehouse District (1371 W. 6th Street)
Gateway District (740 Euclid Avenue)
Playhouse Square (1520 and 1600 Euclid Avenue)

Free trolleys operated by the RTA are also a great way to get around town for free. 

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