Main Line Restaurant Week returns for its eleventh and most highly anticipated season with the top restaurants from the Main Line and western suburbs. Main Line Restaurant Week Fall 2015 kicks off today, Monday, September 28th and runs through Sunday, October 4th.
Founded by AroundMainLine.com owner Sarah Lockard, Main Line Restaurant Week celebrates the vibrant dining scene of the Main Line and surrounding western suburbs. The event showcases top chefs and restaurants paired with tremendous dining values and delicious seasonal fall dishes. Participating restaurants will offer special, prix fixe lunch and dinner menus showcasing their chefs’ greatest dishes. Menus will feature lunch for $15 and under (two or three courses) and discounted, three-course and five-course dinners (e.g. appetizer, entrée and dessert) priced at $30 and $50 per person. All menus are currently available on MainLineRestaurantWeek.com.
“Main Line Restaurant Week is very exciting each season but I get especially enthused about fall. Squash, pumpkins, apples…oh my! Our chefs can have so much fun developing seasonal menus around these delicious ingredients,” enthused Lockard. “Our restaurants and their chefs work very hard on menus each season so local diners can be assured they are being treated to a great value for exquisite seasonal cuisine. This fall our participating restaurants are offering lunch and dinner menus that are anywhere from a 15% to 40-50% savings. It’s the most delicious celebration of the suburbs bustling dining scene to date and not to be missed,” said Lockard.
Dig In and Win with Main Line Restaurant Week
Main Line Restaurant Week brings back its exciting photo contest called ‘Dig In and Win.’ Local foodies are encouraged to dine out at participating Main Line Restaurant Week restaurants during the event and share Instagram photos of their experience. Patrons publishing photos with the hashtags #MLRW #MainLineRestaurantWeek #DigInAndWin or #CarpeEatEm will be eligible for a chance to win gift certificates to participating restaurants.
“Instagram is a great way we are driving awareness, excitement and revenue to the local business community and this season of Main Line Restaurant Week it is more important and exciting than ever to our restaurants. Capturing the great culinary cuisine of our participants with creative photos and captions is a lot of fun for our followers and fellow foodies,” explained Lockard.