Triangle Restaurant Week

Triangle Restaurant Week

January 20-26, 2020, brings fresh culinary opportunities at a low price. 

Restaurant week in the Triangle is an excuse to try a new place or save on an favorite. Restaurants in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Apex, Cary and Morrisville will be serving up specials on 3-course, fixed menu meals. 

For $15 you will receive a 3-course lunch, and $20, $25, $30 or $35 for a 3-course dinner. Price is per person, not including; beverages, tax or gratuity.

Use the link to this page to search for restaurants on a map or sort them by city, cuisine or price. Each restaurant provides their fixed menu for the event and the price. From there you can make reservations through Open Table.

Also take advantage of the Raleigh area breweries with the Raleigh Beer Trail. This is designed to get you out on the tasting trail with prizes and more. 

From Wake Forest to Raleigh to Holly Springs and Fuquay-Varina, the Raleigh area’s 30+ breweries have barstools waiting just for you and your friends.

Here is a list of some of the 100 participating restaurants. You will see that Pittsboro is not represented this year. That is a disappointment, so encourage your favorite Chatham County eateries to participate in 2021! 

Apex

  • Daniel’s Restaurant and Catering
  • Doherty’s Irish Pub – Apex
  • Osteria G

Cary

  • Academy Street Bistro
  • Bonefish Grill – Cary
  • Doherty’s Irish Pub – Cary
  • Ko-An
  • Lugano Ristorante
  • Maximillians Grill & Wine Bar
  • Nazara
  • Ruth’s Chris Steak House – Cary
  • Totopos Street Food and Tequila
  • Tribeca Tavern – Cary

Chapel Hill

  • City Kitchen
  • Kipos Greek Taverna
  • Lantern
  • Talullas
  • Weathervane Restaurant

Durham

  • Bleu Olive
  • Bonefish Grill – Durham
  • Counting House
  • Dashi
  • Dos Perros – A Mexican Place
  • Fairview Dining Room
  • Guglhupf Bakery, Cafe & Beirgarten
  • Harvest 18
  • It’s a Southern Thing
  • Local 22 Kitchen & Bar
  • Mateo Tapas
  • Metro 8 Steakhouse
  • Mothers & Sons
  • Parizade
  • Piedmont Restaurant
  • Rue Cler
  • Ruth’s Chris Steak House – Durham
  • Salve
  • Taberna Tapas
  • The Melting Pot – Durham
  • The Restaurant at The Durham
  • Vin Rouge
  • Watts Grocery

Morrisville

  • Firebirds Wood Fired Grill – Morrisville
  • Viva Mexican Kitchen

Raleigh

  • 18 Seaboard
  • 41 Hundred
  • Ajisai
  • Anise Pho
  • Azitra
  • Bonefish Grill – Raleigh
  • Cafe Tiramisu
  • Caffe Luna
  • Cameron Bar & Grill
  • Capri
  • Carolina Ale House
  • Coquette Brasserie
  • Edwards Mill Bar & Grill
  • Firebirds Wood Fired Grill – North Hills
  • Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar Raleigh
  • Garland
  • Irregardless Cafe
  • Jimmy V’s Osteria
  • Jose and Sons
  • La Santa
  • Margaux’s Restaurant
  • Mia Francesca Trattoria
  • Midtown Grille
  • Mura at North Hills
  • Nofa
  • O-Ku
  • Oak Steakhouse
  • Oro
  • Papa Shogun
  • Parkside
  • Piccola Italia
  • Plates Neighborhood Kitchen
  • Rey’s
  • Royale
  • Ruth’s Chris Steak House North Raleigh
  • Seasons 52
  • Shaba Shabu
  • SmokeStacks Cafe
  • So*Ca
  • Sullivan’s Steakhouse Raleigh
  • Sushi Mon
  • Sushi O
  • Taverna Argora
  • Terrace Dining Room (NCSU)
  • The Big Easy
  • The Capital Grille
  • The Melting Pot Raleigh
  • The State Club Restaurant
  • Tupelo Honey Cafe
  • Tuscan Blu
  • Uninhibited Tapas Bar
  • Vic’s Italian Restaurant
  • Vidrio
  • Virgil’s
  • Vivace
  • Vivo Ristorante

Fearrington Village in Pittsboro, NC is an ideal community to live in with shops, restaurants, medical facilities and a variety of “neighborhoods” to choose from.  Both Sandy Savage and Lisa Skumpija are local experienced Fearrington Village realtors who specialize in listing and selling in the Pittsboro, Chatham County real estate markets.

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