Wilmington Restaurant Week is underway

Wilmington Restaurant Week is underway, as city restaurants offer special menus and pricing to attract diners. 

Today through Saturday April 2nd, various restaurants will showcase their offerings and offer such incentives as a two-course lunch for $15.  Three-course dinners are also available for $35 at some participating restaurants.  According to Mayor James Baker, “great food, enjoyable surroundings and affordable prices have proven to be a big drawing card for the thousands of people who participate in Wilmington’s annual Restaurant Week.”  CLICK HERE for more about Wilmington Restaurant Week 2011.


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