Friday, October 21, 2011

Salem Fall Restaurant Week 2011

The Salem Chamber of Commerce is set to welcome back the 5th Annual Fall Restaurant Week. This ten day event will kick off on Sunday, November 6th and run through Thursday, November 10th. It will start back up again on Sunday, November 13th and finish off on Thursday, November 17th.  Due to last year’s overwhelming success, more than 20 of Salem’s best restaurants will be participating.

This year’s event will feature some of the finest establishments on the North Shore offering exquisite cuisine at mouth-watering prices. During Restaurant Week, diners can enjoy a prix-fixe two-course dinner menu for $15 or a prix-fixe three-course dinner menu for $25. Please visit or call the restaurants directly to see what they will be offering; some restaurants may have both course options. Prices are per person and exclude beverages, tax, and gratuity.

Co-owners of the North Shore Dish (, Jill Rose and Kristen Nyberg, shared their enthusiasm about the event, “It’s been a real pleasure watching Salem’s Restaurant Week grow over the past several years. With so many new restaurants in town, it’s the perfect opportunity for people to support the local economy and try something new at the same time.”

New to this year’s lineup is 43 Church, located in what was formerly The Lyceum. The restaurant introduced its new name and “without the beefy attitude” steakhouse concept this past September. Other participating restaurants include: 62 Restaurant and Wine Bar, Adriatic Restaurant and Bar, Bella Verona, Black Lobster at Stromberg’s Cove, Café Polonia, Capt.’s Waterfront Grill & Club, Cilantro, Finz Seafood & Grill, Grapevine Restaurant, The Great Escape, Green Land Café, Howling Wolf Taqueria, Lobster Shanty, Nathaniel’s at the Hawthorne Hotel, Regatta Pub at the Salem Waterfront Hotel, Rockafellas, Salem Beer Works, Seaport Café, Thai Place, and Victoria Station.

Reservations are strongly encouraged!

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