EDITORIAL: Get a taste of Saratoga restaurants

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What better way to celebrate the end of winter and the first week of Spring than by finding a nice place to have a meal at one of our fine local restaurants, and get it at a great discount.

That’s what the Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce is offering starting Wednesday as part of Saratoga County Restaurant Week.

Nearly 40 area restaurants are participating in the event, which runs through Thursday, March 30, offering unique menus at a special rate for breakfast, lunch and/or dinner.

Participating restaurants include the following: Dizzy Chicken Barbecue; Morton’s The Steakhouse; Taverna Novo; Chez Pierre; PJ’s BAR-B-QSA; Brasserie Benelux; The Flats Restaurant & Tavern; Spring Street Deli & Pizzeria; Nove Italian Restaurant; Panza’s Restaurant; Tinney’s Tavern; Prime at Saratoga National; Bookmakers; KaffeeHouse, SPoT Coffee; Neighborhood Kitchen; Scallions; Andy’s Adirondack Grille; The Local Pub & Teahouse; The Basin Grill; The Wishing Well; The Brook Tavern; Pasta Pane; Sperry’s Restaurant; Forno Bistro; Chianti il Ristorante; Jacob & Anthony’s American Grille; The Merc; Eddie F’s; The Diamond Club; Fat Paulie’s Delicatessen; The Bunker; Bubbles Restaurant; The Hideaway; Iron’s Edge; Hattie’s; Hattie’s Chicken Shack and Thirsty Owl.

To find out the deals being offered by each of these many fine restaurants, visit: https://www.saratoga.org/tourism/2023-restaurant-week-winter-sweepstakes/. Scroll down to the logos of each participating restaurant and click on the ones you want to visit. You’ll get a menu with your options under a discount price.

Given the popularity of past restaurant weeks, diners are encouraged to call ahead and make a reservation if required. That’s one way to ensure you get to take advantage of these great deals on the day and time you prefer.

Keep in mind that the price usually doesn’t include tax or gratuity. Speaking of gratuity, remember to be generous in tipping your servers, especially since you’re already getting a great discount on your meal.

And don’t limit yourself to one restaurant during Restaurant Week. Take your taste buds on a tour of the county by trying out more than one place and style of cuisine and enjoying the savings more than once.

One more thing: Before or after dining, consider visiting other local businesses that might be located nearby.

Restaurant Week is always fun and always a unique chance to support local businesses while getting a great deal on great food.

Click on the website and prepare to dig in.

Categories: Editorial, Opinion

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