Need some suggestions for a place to do out for dinner? I’m going to give you five good suggestions:
1) Collingswood Restaurant Week
2) SJ Hot Chefs Fall Harvest Week
3) Jersey Shore Restaurant Week
4) Somers Point Restaurant Week
5) Savor Borgata Restaurant Week
Now you may notice a common theme with these suggestions. It’s the best-bang-for-your-buck idea, which is why restaurant weeks are a popular (and now very common) event.
Collingswood’s restaurant week starts this Sunday (Oct. 23) and runs through October 28. All the big names along Haddon Avenue and beyond will be participating, such as Blackbird, West Side Gravy, Tortilla Press, IndeBlue, and Nunzio’s (just to name a few). Check out the link from Collingswood’s website to see the menus being offered at each location.
The following week is SJ Hot Chefs Fall Harvest Week, and all member restaurants in Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties are participating. From Sunday, Oct. 30 to Friday, Nov. 4, enjoy a four-course meal from a SJ Hot Chef restaurant for $35 (and in some cases, $25). Take a look at the current roster of SJ Hot Chefs restaurants as well as the special menus being offered that week.
The week after that is a an all-shore event on two fronts. You have Jersey Shore Restaurant Week, which covers Ocean and Monmouth counties, and then there’s Somers Point Restaurant Week, covering the southern shore. Jersey Shore Restaurant Week restaurants will offer a 3-course meal for $30.11 (or $20.11 for some), plus many more special events taking place during the week. Go to their website for all the details. Somers Point Restaurant Week restaurants will be offering lunch for $11.07 and dinner for $25.07. Enjoy either (or both) restaurant weeks from Friday, Nov. 4 to 13.
And then there’s Borgata’s own Restaurant Week, which is taking place from Sunday, Nov. 6 to 11. The heavy hitters at Borgata will offer diners a choice between a 3-course meal for $33 and a 4-course meal for $44. That’s a pretty sweet deal when you’re talking about restaurants such as Bobby Flay Steak, Izakaya and Fornelletto. And then for good measure, the celeb chefs at Borgata will be having a special Taste of American Classics dinner and event on Saturday, Nov. 12. Not only will you get to chance to enjoy the food, but you’ll get to meet the chefs themselves! Pretty cool, n’est pas?
How does this weekend look?
In Ocean County
A Little Ways Away
And If You're a Bit More Adventurous