More Restaurant Weeks Are On The Way!

With Atlantic City Restaurant Week now in our rear view mirrors, be happy in the knowledge that more restaurant weeks are coming up later this month. And just to make things easy for you to remember, they are happening at the same time.

The big one is South Jersey Restaurant Week, presented by SJ Hot Chefs, which occurs two times a year. Restaurants in Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties will be participating in SJ Restaurant Week, and they will be offering prix fixe meals for $35 (or $25) a person. Check the website for the participating restaurants; you will not be disappointed with the number of options that are available.

We are in the process of putting together a series of SJ Hot Chef interviews next week, as well as being involved in a possible contest. Details will be forthcoming.

That same week will be the annual Collingswood Restaurant Week, and the list of participating restaurants this year is pretty darned impressive:

Bistro di Marino
El Sitio
Joe Pesce
Kitchen Consigliere
LoBianco New American Cuisine
Nunzio Ristorante Rustico
The Pop Shop
Prime 505 Steak & Chop House
That’s Amore
Tortilla Press
Villa Barone

The price for the prix fixe meals being served that week will vary from location to location, but they will fall in the $29.95 to $35 range.

Lots of great choices, and only one week only…so don’t wait to make a reservation!



4 thoughts on “More Restaurant Weeks Are On The Way!

  1. Catelli’s is running their restaurant week for an extra few days. They start early on Friday 3/18 and run until saturday 3/26

    1. It’s always good to check restaurants that you’re interested in, because sometimes they will extend the offer.

  2. Do you do many Monmouth and Ocean County restaurants? We have a home in Bay Head and would be interested in places you like. We like Harpoon Willy’s and Theresa’s South, but would like more info particularly on Thai, Mexican or other ethnic foods.

    1. Linda – We have been focusing on Ocean a lot more than Monmouth (which has many good places to eat, BTW) on our blog, so we can recommend the following:

      For Thai, Siam Spice in Toms River is wonderful
      For Mexican, El Senor Frog in El Jose (in the gas station on Bay Ave) in Manahawkin are very good. We used to like El Tenampa (Brick, Toms River, Manahawkin, and now in Lacey), but word is that they’re not as good as they used to be.
      Other ethnic places of note: Ja Rock (Jamaican), Brasas BBQ (Portuguese) and El Familiar (Mexican/Colombian) in Toms River, Pan Asia and German Butcher in Forked River, and Super Pollo II (Peruvian) in Brick.

      Hope that helps!

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