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Submitted by on February 15, 2017 – 8:53 amNo Comment

Restaurant Week, Kenosha, WisconsinIf your journey takes you through southeast Wisconsin later this month, Road Trips Foodies, you might want to aim for Kenosha between February 18 and 26, 2017.

Those are the dates for the third annual Downtown Kenosha Restaurant Week.

Downtown Kenosha restaurants will offer special, fixed price menus for Breakfast ($10), Lunch ($10) and Dinner ($20 and $30) during Restaurant Week. Plus you’ll find a selection of goodies to take home (or savor on the road) with “Sweets & Treats” specials at specialty food shops.!

Participating are Ashling on the Lough, Bartley House, Brat Too – Century Pub & Eatery, Captain Mike’s Beer & Burger Bar, Choo Choo Charlie’s, Elsie Mae’s Bakery & Cannery, Franks Diner, Harborside Common Grounds, Kaiser’s Pizza & Pub, Mangia Wine Bar, Mike’s Chicken & Donut Bar, Mike’s Sportsbook & Meat Bar, Robin’s Nest Cakery, Sandy’s Popper, Sazzy B, Slice of NY Pizzeria, tg’s Restaurant & Pub, The Buzz, The Coffee Pot, Trolley Dogs, and Wine Knot Bar & Bistro.

No tickets, passes or coupons are required. Just visit any (or all) of the participating restaurants and ask for the special Restaurant Week menu. Be sure to check with individual restaurants for reservation recommendations.

The event benefits the Shalom Center, a local non-profit whose mission is to provide food, shelter, housing and guidance to those in need in the Kenosha community.

Downtown Kenosha Restaurant Week is sponsored by the Kenosha Area Convention & Visitors Bureau (KACVB), Downtown Kenosha, Inc., and Wisconsin Department of Tourism.

(Photo courtesy of KACVB)

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