ALPHARETTA — Alpharetta Restaurant week is returning from Feb. 26 through March 4, with more than 35 local restaurants serving up local flavor to residents and visitors alike.
Restaurants will offer a special three-course dinner menu from $25 to $50 and many also offer three-course lunches for $20 to $35 — beverage, tax, and gratuity are not included.
Alpharetta Restaurant Week participants currently include: 19 North, Barleygarden Kitchen & Craft Bar, Brimstone Tavern, Cabernet Restaurant, Cactus Cantina, Carrie’s Conservatory, Carson Kitchen, Central City Tavern, Chiringa, Citizen Soul, City Eats Kitchen, Coalition Food and Beverage, Colletta, Fairway Social, Firebirds Wood Fired Grill, Flatlands Bourbon & Bayou, Fogon & Lions, Foundation Social Eatery, Grouchy’s NY Deli, Härth, Ippolito’s Neighborhood Italian, Jekyll Brewing Downtown Alpharetta, July Moon Bakery & Café, Kona Grill, Luci’s Steakhouse, MADE Kitchen & Cocktails, Mercantile Social, Minnie Olivia, Oak Steakhouse, PONKO Chicken, Pure Taqueria, Rays Killer Creek, Salt Factory Pub, Secreto, Sid’s Pizza, Sorella Vicina, The Southern Porch, Up on the Roof and Vinny’s on Windward.
Alpharetta’s well-established and eclectic dining scene continues to break the mold and challenge the idea that big time flavors are only found in big cities.
Don’t miss fantastic foodie delights such as the delectable Grilled Duroc Pork Chop at MADE Kitchen & Cocktails, the Cajun flavors in a Fried Shrimp Po Boy from Flatlands Bourbon & Bayou, the savory Gluten Free Fried Chicken at Citizen Soul, or the heavenly Fried Oreos at Mercantile Social.
No matter which food haven or menu item patrons select, the ambiance and experience will exceed expectation. Many eateries have even gotten creative with their outside dining areas in the colder months of the calendar, adding fire pits and heaters to their outdoor spaces to extend the al fresco season indefinitely.
“We hope visitors come hungry to Alpharetta as an abundance of locally owned and chef-driven restaurants await their arrival!” said Janet Rodgers, President and CEO of the Alpharetta Convention & Visitors Bureau. “Events like Alpharetta Restaurant Week highlight these eateries and give locals and visitors the chance to try out a new restaurant or revisit one of their favorite spots. It’s also a great opportunity for diners to support these vital businesses and their staff members who are working hard to bring us exceptional cuisine every day.”
Reservations at restaurants are recommended. Diners are encouraged to contact the restaurants directly for operating hours. Alpharetta Restaurant Week is produced by Flavors Magazine and the Alpharetta Convention and Visitors Bureau.
With more 200 dining experiences, Alpharetta is a premier dining haven making it an ideal foodie getaway destination. The icing on top of a great culinary vacation is a luxurious hotel stay at one of Alpharetta’s 30 modern and upscale hotels that are all centrally located to shopping, dining, and fun things to do! For more information on where to shop, dine, stay, and play in Alpharetta visit www.awesomealpharetta.com.