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Restaurant Week Going On NOW!

By newsletter@orlandoweekly.com - Friday, April 30, 2010 - View Full Newsletter

ORLANDO WEEKLY'S RESTAURANT WEEK GOING ON NOW!!

FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF $10-$35 PRIX FIXE MENUS GO TO WWW.ORLANDORESTAURANTWEEK.COM

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Mayor Proclaims RESTAURANT WEEK!

By pressrelease@orlandoweekly.com - Tuesday, April 27, 2010 - View Full Newsletter

Mayor Buddy Dyer has declared April 29-May 5 Restaurant Week throughout ALL ORLANDO! The Week to Eat starts THIS THURSDAY! For all restaurants and menus, go to www.orlandorestaurantweek.com




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Orlando Weekly's RESTAURANT WEEK Hits the Blogosphere!

By pressrelease@orlandoweekly.com - Monday, April 26, 2010 - View Full Newsletter

Orlando Weekly's Restaurant Week is popping up on sites popular among travelers, About.com & Suit101.com.  I'll save you the press release and let you read the articles, as we probably couldn't put it better ourselves! I'll just clarify that Restaurant Week officially runs April 29-May 5, 2010 (as opposed to May 6 as stated below). The official website is www.orlandorestaurantweek.com.  
 
If you have never done Restaurant Week, this is the year to start! We look forward to much happy eating with you!

Orlando Restaurant Week

Prix Fixe Menu Specials

By Theresa Johnston, About.com Guide

Orlando Restaurant Week gives you the opportunity to try out a few different restaurants at reasonable prices.  The Prix Fixe menus are offered for either $10, $15, $25 or $35 and generally include a choice of starters, main entrees and desserts. 

The four price points are for different menus - some lunch and some dinner. You have the opportunity to try out a restaurant for different priced menu offerings. For example Tastings, A Wine Experience is offering a prix fixe lunch menu for $10 that includes a starter, main entree and a choice of sides. For dinner the price increases to $15 and includes a starter, main entree and dessert.

If you are like me and generally don’t include an appetizer and dessert with your entrée, the price of $25 or $35 might seem a little high. Though it will be interesting to see what is included on the menus for Ruth's Chris Steak House and The Capital Grille at $35. One of my favorites from the list in the $25 range would be Shula's 347 in Lake Mary and K Restaurant at a new location in College Park.

This year's Orlando Restaurant Week will run from April 29 - May 6, 2010. Check on-line for the participating restaurants and preview the menus that they are offering.

 

Save Money on Dining During Orlando Restaurant Week 2010

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For those traveling to Orlando, Florida, during the end of April 2010, here's what one needs to know to enjoy the city's annual restaurant week

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Restaurant Week in any city is always a great way to sample some great eateries at a discount. They're usually set up for locals to get out and try new places they may not have eaten at. But why should the locals get all the benefits, when it's also a great way for visitors to a city to enjoy a fine dining experience for a fraction of the price?

For those traveling to Orlando, Florida at the end of this month, here is all the information needed to partake of the great dining deals of this special promotion.

Orlando Restaurant Week Basics for 2010

Sponsored by Orlando’s alternative weekly newspaper, the Orlando Weekly, this year's edition is slated to run April 29 through May 5.

Deals are divided by price point, running at $10, $15, $25 and $35. This means for that price the customer gets a multi-course pre-set menu to choose their meal from. A typical menu will include an appetizer, an entrée and a dessert. It depends on the restaurant, which chooses its own offerings. It may include a non-alcoholic beverage, as well, but not always.

Additionally, participating restaurants may offer one price point menu for lunch and another for dinner. If so, lunch will always be the less expensive of the two.

Read more at Suite101: Save Money on Dining During Orlando Restaurant Week 2010 http://budget-dining-options.suite101.com/article.cfm/save-money-on-dining-during-orlando-restaurant-week-2010#ixzz0lq2n2A4t





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Restaurant Week Starts Next Thursday!

By newsletter@orlandoweekly.com - Thursday, April 22, 2010 - View Full Newsletter



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Orlando Weekly Newsletter 4-22-2010

By newsletter@orlandoweekly.com - Wednesday, April 21, 2010 - View Full Newsletter

Orlando Weekly Issue Contents 4/22/2010

Cover Story

Betting on the farm How the Homegrown Organic Local Food Co-op found Jesus | By Lindy T. Shepherd


More Stuff

BLOGS

BLOGGYTOWN: Rants, screeds and measured debates, updated daily by our crack editorial staff.

BEATDOWN: Taking on music one pimp-slap at a time.

SALIVATION ARMY: Marching orders for Orlando's hungry. Fresh chow daily

CULTURE 2 GO: Arts, culture and film coverage that keeps you in the loop.

OTHER

MYSPACE: Come check out Orlando Weekly's MySpace page.

FACEBOOK: Coming soon!

CLASSIFIEDS: Find what you need in Orlando's best classifieds.

ENTER TO WIN: Loads of free stuff every week.


News

Betting on the farm How the Homegrown Organic Local Food Co-op found Jesus | By Lindy T. Shepherd
Food fight! Airline caterers struggle to unionize | By Jim Gaines

Columns

Police Beat April 6(2010-161581) 8:21 p.m.: Police said they stopped a man on West South Street and South Te... | By Jim Gaines
Savage Love I'm a 27-year-old gay man. I had a really great first couple of dates with a guy, so for the third date I invited him to stay over | By Dan Savage
Happytown If you've done nothing wrong you have nothing to fear, but if you happen to be one of the winsome ne'er-do-wells caught up in litigious Smurf village | By Jim Gaines and Billy Manes
Free Will Astrology ARIES (March 21-April 19): "In a recipe for salsa published recently, one of the ingredients was m... | By Rob Brezsny

Arts + Culture

Culture 2 Go Smiling with the gods | By Richard Reep
Live Active Cultures Things to do in Orlando when you're unemployed: Last week, I began my fantastic voyage into an exciting new frontier where many, many have gone before: the land of unemployment | By Seth Kubersky
Rivers of grass Clyde Butcher's old love of Florida in a new show | By Laura Stewart

Music

This Little Underground Man, I sure hope you caught Strange Powers: Stephin Merritt and the Magnetic Fields last week | By Bao Le-Huu
Rock and bull A few standouts at Florida Music Festival 2010 | By Justin Strout and Trevor Fraser
House on fire The Ettes' garage rock is rough around the edges for a reason | By Reyan Ali

Film

DVDs nuts Don't overlook these lesser-seen OW-approved titles | By Justin Strout
Mother superior Mother | Review by Justin Strout
In the company of the Corsican A Prophet | Review by Justin Strout

Food & Drink

Hunka hunka burning cheese Fire up the saganaki (everybody's favorite oozy, melty, liquor-soaked flaming cheese appetizer) at Greek Fest | By Holly V. Kapherr
Show and sell Columbia Restaurant | Review by Faiyaz Kara



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