Alpharetta Restaurant Week takes place from February 21st to March 2nd this year. Participating restaurants are offering a three-course dinner or lunch menu (or both) for a fixed price. This year, the price ranges are $20 to $40 for dinners and $15 to $20 for lunches. (Alcohol, tax, and tip are not included.)
Keep scrolling for a list of all 20 participating restaurants, as well as their special menus and the price for each.
Neighborhood restaurant weeks have become more and more popular — but are they actually a deal? Well, it depends.
The idea of “restaurant week” originally started out with pricier establishments, typically in metropolitan areas, offering meals that were definitely less expensive than their regular offerings. Today, it’s a toss-up, with cheap eateries like Hudson Grille participating. A food blogger who did a little independent research found a lot depends on what you order. Vegetarians might spend more money on a meal during restaurant week than they would otherwise, while someone dining at a steakhouse could easily end up saving a few bucks.
If you’re looking for an opportunity to try something different, you may enjoy browsing the fixed-price menus and having a new culinary experience during Alpharetta Restaurant Week. That may be more important to you than finding a killer deal.
It’s a good idea to make a reservation.
Choose from these Alpharetta restaurants
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