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These are 614 feast’s top picks for Restaurant Week

These are 614 feast’s top picks for Restaurant Week

Anthony O'Connell

Get ready for Restaurant Week, happening January 22nd-27th! With over 150 restaurants offering 3-course meals ranging from $15 to $50, it’s the perfect time for food lovers like me to explore and indulge.

Restaurant Week isn’t just about amazing deals; it’s an opportunity to step outside of your comfort zone without breaking the bank. Plus, many restaurants craft special dishes exclusively for this week, adding an extra layer of excitement.

Here are my top 5 picks for the most feast-worthy deals this Restaurant Week:

Casa Jalisco (5445 Roberts Rd) – $15
First Course: A classic Queso Dip.
Second Course: Burritos Supremos – one shredded chicken and one ground beef burrito, both layered with refried beans, and topped with lettuce, diced tomatoes, and sour cream.
Third Course: House made Flan, drizzled with caramel sauce.


Fukuryu Ramen (1600 W Lane Ave #160) – $20
First Course: Takoyaki – Japanese wheat cakes filled with octopus and vegetables, dressed with tonkatsu sauce, Kewpie mayo, ao nori, and katsuobushi.
Second Course: Shoyu Ramen – a clear chicken-katsuo dashi with a house soy sauce blend, featuring braised pork belly, narutomaki fish cakes, marinated bamboo (Menma), spring onion, and a seasoned half egg (aji Tamago).
Third Course: A delightful soft serve ice cream topped with house-made ube butter mochi.

Bonifacio (1577 King Ave) – $25
First Course: Fried Bok Choy tossed in a sweet chili soy glaze.
Second Course: Chicken Pyanggang – fire-grilled, bone-in chicken marinated in a unique blend of burnt coconut, lemongrass, ginger, and turmeric.
Third Course: Carioca – rice flour donut balls, paired with a duo of coconut and ube caramel sauces for a sweet finish.

The Woodbury (215 E Town St) – $35
First Course: Crab Rangoon Dip – Creamy house-made crab dip with a sweet Thai chili twist, served with wonton chips.
Second Course: Prime Rib French Dip – Sliced prime rib with provolone, horseradish mayo, au jus, and fries.
Third Course: Lemon Cake – A light, zesty finish to your meal.

Lindey’s (169 E Beck St) – $50
First Course: Lobster Bisque – with diced shrimp, crème fraîche, and chives.
Second Course: 6 oz Filet – Tender filet with wilted spinach, roasted garlic-koji cream, herb & parmesan shoestring potatoes, and veal demi-glace.
Third Course: Warm Chocolate Brownie – Paired with chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream and a salty caramel drizzle.

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