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Louisville Restaurant Week encourages residents to dine at local venues for a good cause

The week Feb. 22-28 features a host of local restaurants offering a three course menu for $26, $36 or $46.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Louisville Restaurant Week begins Feb. 22 and focuses on encouraging locals to experience Louisville's culinary scene. 

The week features a host of restaurants offering a three course menu for $26, $36 or $46. 

According to a release, Louisville Restaurant Week will be donating $1 for the first 1,000 meals purchased to McAtee Community Kitchen. Additionally, Louisville Tourism will be matching this donation by donating $1,000 as well 

The McAtee Community Kitchen, opened in June 2020 to provide meals, groceries, supplies, and ongoing opportunities to families in need across Louisville’s West End, Shelby Park, and Smoketown neighborhoods. 

The event offers a week crafted to promote positive publicity and encourage locals to visit an array of Louisville’s culinary talents. 

“As restaurants continue to face one of the most challenging times in recent history, Louisville Restaurant Week will once again provide a much-needed lift this Winter," said Tony Frank, Louisville Restaurant Week Organizer. "In addition to generating business for the participating restaurants, Restaurant Week gives consumers an event to look forward to and a sense of normalcy that allows them to safely support and try new restaurants in their community."

With current dine in capacity limits due to COVID-19, consumers can expect some restaurants to offer the three course meal to go.

Participating restaurants include:

For more information about Louisville Restaurant Week, click here.

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