Chamber holds Restaurant Week
The Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that Restaurant Week will run from Oct. 21 to 27 throughout Chautauqua County. This initiative is designed to celebrate local member restaurants and promoting our unique cultural scene. Restaurant Week gives consumers the opportunity to be adventurous and try a variety of local restaurants.
Cultural moments don’t just belong to museums, symphonies or landmark buildings. They are captured and repeated daily in the breaking of bread among family and friends and the sharing of a great meal at a favorite restaurant. Our food is our culture. In Chautauqua County, our food culture runs deep! Join the Chamber in helping to celebrate it during Restaurant Week 2013.
“We know we have incredible restaurants throughout our County” Chamber CEO & President Todd Tranum said. “It is our goal to focus our residents and visitors to frequent their favorite spot, try somewhere newor do both. We recognize there is a bit of Chautauqua County culture in every bite.”
Participating restaurants are encouraged to highlight a special meal deal, either their unique dish or a menu of items, offering it for the Restaurant Week special price of just $20.13. Chautauqua County Gift checks, available at both the Jamestown and Dunkirk offices, will be honored by all participating restaurants. Our theme, “Dine Often, Dine Local,” sums up the week as the Chamber encourages you to find that special someone, gather friends, or bring that out of town guest in to enjoy our fine culture and cuisine. With the diversity of participants you can plan a different experience for every night of the week.
Interested restaurants or sponsors can contact the Chamber at 366-6200 or 484-1101. Each participating restaurant will be given a marketing kit that includes posters, table tents, window clings, and check presenters as well as promotions through newspaper, radio and online media. The deadline for restaurant commitment is Tuesday, Oct. 1.