Frequently Asked Questions

Do restaurants accommodate vegetarian requests or special needs during Restaurant Week?

Chefs gladly prepare vegetarian meals and are happy to accommodate other dietary needs or preferences. Simply ask them!

What do restaurants offer during Restaurant Week?

Most participating restaurants offer a prix fixe dinner consisting of three courses: appetizer, main course, and dessert. Typically, there are three or more options of each to choose from. In 2024, each restaurant decides on a price within a range of $30 to $70 per person. Some restaurants offer lunch options, for which each restaurant sets its own price. Click on Restaurants to view prices and whether they offer dinner and/or lunch.

During Restaurant Week, am I required to order off the prix fixe menu?

No. Most participating restaurants also offer their standard menus. Diners may order from the regular menu or choose a special, three-course, prix fixe meal. 

Do Restaurant Week menus include a drink?

In most cases, beverages (as well as tax and gratuities) are not included on Restaurant Week menus. However, some restaurants may feature specially priced wines during Restaurant Week.

Do I need to make a reservation?

Due to the popularity of this event, advance reservations are strongly encouraged. Walk-ins are also appreciated, but restaurants cannot guarantee that walk-in guests will be accommodated.

How do I make a reservation?

To make a reservation, click on the individual restaurant to connect with its website. If the restaurant belongs to Open Table, you can click on that link to reserve your table. You will also find the restaurant's phone number to call them directly.

Are tips included in the prices of Restaurant Week specials?

No, tips are not included. During Restaurant Week, servers work even harder than usual and typically make less per table due to the special pricing. Restaurant Week therefore recommends tipping at 20 percent (or more) of your total meal and beverage cost. It's important to remember that without our hard-working servers, Restaurant Week would not be possible.