Meet Chicago Northwest, the region's official destination marketing organization, celebrates the abundance of exceptional dining choices in the Northwest suburbs by launching an inaugural Chicago Northwest Restaurant Week 2014, Feb. 20 -- March 2.
Chicago Northwest Restaurant Week 2014, created in partnership with local restaurants, presents a distinctive selection of more than 30 area dining establishments all offering exclusive, affordably-priced, three-course prix fixe lunch and dinner menus. Lunch menu price points, depending upon the individual restaurant, include $15, $20, $25. Dinner menu prices include $25, $30, $35. Participating restaurants include casual bistros and grills to high-end steak houses. Menus include all types of entrees from fillet to fondue and include many international flavors from Brazilian to Indian.
"As this is a quieter time of the year for many restaurants, the promotion is designed to entice food enthusiasts to get out and discover a new Chicago Northwest restaurant or type of cuisine perhaps they have not yet experienced. The prix fixe menus offer exceptional values and many restaurants have created exclusive menus that will be sure to influence diners to return after Chicago Northwest Restaurant Week," said Meet Chicago Northwest President, Dave Parulo.
A complete list of participating restaurants and prix fixe menus can be seen on the official Chicago Northwest Restaurant Week 2014 website, www.dinechicagonw.com.
Meet Chicago Northwest, formerly the Woodfield Chicago Northwest Convention Bureau, is celebrating its 30th anniversary as the official destination marketing organization for the Chicago Northwest region and is composed of the eight communities of Arlington Heights, Elk Grove Village, Itasca, Rolling Meadows, Roselle, Schaumburg, Streamwood and Wood Dale. The organization's mission is to make a positive economic impact by marketing and selling the region to groups and individual travelers. Information about Meet Chicago Northwest is available at www.ChicagoNorthwest.com.
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