#228 – Inman Park Restaurant Week – Now Through September 26, 2010!


If you’ve been partaking in the various restaurant weeks around the Metro Atlanta area lately – there’s been one a week for the past month – chances are you’re logging extra hours at the gym or loosening your belt a bit. Get ready to buy some drawstring pants or sign up for an extra spin class, because Inman Park Restaurant Week is going on now through September 26, 2010.

As with other restaurant weeks, Inman Park Restaurant Week give you a fantastic chance to dine at your favorite eatery or check out a new one and discover new favorites. With three menu price points to choose from – $15, $25, and $35 for a three-course meal – there’s a little something for everyone, especially in an economy that is prompting many of us to eat out less often.

There are thirteen participating restaurants in Inman Park Restaurant Week: The Albert, Fritti*, Kevin Rathbun Steak**, North Highland Pub (dinner for two), Parish Food & Goods*, Park’s Edge*, Pure Taqueria, Rathbun’s*, Sauced*, Shaun’s*, Sotto Sotto*, and Wisteria* (* denotes $25 menu; ** denotes $35 menu – all others have $15 menu; Fritti is offering both a $15 and $25 menu).

In addition to being a great chance to enjoy a prix fixe menu at one of Atlanta’s best-loved restaurants, Inman Park Restaurant Week is also benefiting Hunger Action Month and the Atlanta Community Food Bank. While dining, purchase a $1 raffle ticket, the proceeds of which go to ACFB, and you’ll have a chance to win a party for you and 30 of your friends at Shaun’s Restaurant, with food and beer/wine provided by the chefs of the thirteen participating Inman Park Restaurant Week eateries (for complete details, visit the Inman Park Restaurant Week website). With a prize that fabulous, you’d be crazy not to purchase a chance to win!

Reservations are recommended to ensure that you get a table at the restaurants of your choice – make plans to attend Inman Park Restaurant Week today!

WHERE: Inman Park Restaurant Week – various restaurants around Inman Park, Atlanta, GA

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