Restaurant Week is your opportunity to try as many restaurants as your schedule will allow for affordable, fixed prices. Have you ever wanted to try a neighborhood restaurant you’ve driven by for years? Restaurant Week is your chance to give it a try while knowing exactly what you’ll be spending.
Spokane Restaurant Week is held once a year, starting in late February. In 2013, Restaurant Week will be held February 22 -March 3.
Restaurant Week offers restaurants the opportunity to introduce themselves to both residents and visitors to the Spokane Region. Chefs can showcase what they do best, at the best prices for customers. Restaurants hope you’ll come back once you taste their delicious dishes!
What is a prix fixe menu? A prix fixe menu is simply a menu of pre-determined items presented as a multi-course meal (typically an appetizer, entree and dessert) at a set price. Diners can choose among several options of each course.
We strongly recommended making reservations. Tables fill up fast during Restaurant Week, and it’s an easy way to avoid disappointment and long waits.
Restaurants have a choice to develop a multi-course menu at either $18 per person or $28 per person. Restaurants will not offer both pricing options at their establishments. Check the Restaurant Week website listings for restaurant pricing information.
No. Spokane Restaurant Week menus are available for dine-in customers only.
All participating restaurants will have their full menu available as well.
Please keep in mind that beverages (unless otherwise posted), tax and gratuity are not included in the special menu pricing. There may be some restaurants that do offer an included beverage. Consult individual menus for specifics. Gratuity, however, is never included and the wait staff works very hard this week. Please tip generously!
Reservations can be made at each individual restaurant. Remember, some restaurants may not take reservations. If the restaurant has partnered with Open Table, you may be able to make reservations on the Spokane Restaurant Week website.
Yes. All participating restaurants are required to participate for the full 10 days.
The cost to participate is $450 per restaurant and is due at the time of registration.
Yes. All restaurants receive identical benefits so each participating restaurant has to register individually.
All registration fees will be used for marketing.
Publicity goals for Spokane Restaurant Week (SRW) 2013 would include building momentum for the event, continually explaining pricing and how the event works so the public understands and explaining why it’s important to have an event like this in Spokane. If done right, publicity gives “added value” to participating restaurants through social media and possibly traditional media exposure.
The registration deadline is Friday, February 1st.
Yes. It is completely up to each restaurant to determine their special menu, but to participate in the program you must have a multi-course meal for the fixed price of $18 per person or $28 per person. A restaurant must choose which price point they will develop menus for. Restaurants will not be allowed to offer both price points.
Yes, to attract diners you can include beer, wine, cocktails or any other beverage in the multi-course fixed price, or you can offer discounted cocktails or wine as an additional way to grow the guest check.
Yes. Several restaurants offered a fixed price multi-course meal for $18 or $28 with special add-ons at additional costs. That is, you could offer the basic option for $18 or $28 and then, tableside, offer the customer the option to add shrimp for $4 or lobster for $8, for example.
Yes, we expect all restaurants to follow the guidelines agreed to when registering for Restaurant Week.
Your restaurant will be listed as soon as you register online, make your payment and complete the online form.