Highland Park Holds Inaugural Restaurant Week
The Downtown Highland Park Alliance presents Highland Park’s premier Restaurant Week from April 19 - 29. This ten day event will feature dishes from over thirty local restaurants, making Highland Park a destination for foodies from the entire North Shore and Chicago. Prix-fixe menu items, specials, and unique dining experiences such as Wine Walk Wednesday, Tour de Sweets, and Teen TGIF will be offered during Restaurant Week.
“From sophisticated food establishments to our casual dining eateries we are looking forward to offering an annual dining experience for families to take a break and eat out,” said Wendy Gimbel, Event Manager at Highland Park CBD Public/Private Economic Alliance. “This is a great opportunity to bring the community together for a fun celebration of local restaurants and the tasty food Highland Park has to offer.”
Restaurant Week Highland Park will begin on Thursday, April 19 and continue through Sunday, April 29. Morning, noon, and night diners will have the opportunity to eat at some of Highland Park’s acclaimed dining establishments, including: 2nd Street Bistro, 2nd Street Enoteca, Abigail's American Bistro, Arriva Dolce, BBQ Pit, Benjamin, Bluegrass, Breadsmith, Café Central, Dairy Queen/Orange Julius, Frost, Highland Pop, La Casa de Isaac and Moishe, Jamba Juice, Love’s Yogurt, M Restaurant, Menchie's, Michael's Restaurant, New York Slices, Nieto's, Norton's, OUAB, Perfect Blend, Piero's Pizza, Players Grill, Real Urban BBQ, Stash's, Sunset Foods, Sushi Badaya, Tamales, The City Park Grill, Turtles Cupcakes, Vibe at 1935, Walker Brothers Pancake House, Yummy Bowl and more!
For more information about Highland Park Restaurant Week please visit http://www.eatouthighlandpark.com/ or check us out on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Downtown-Highland-Park/
The Downtown Highland Park Alliance is a public-private partnership of the Highland Park CBD Property Owners Association, the City of Highland Park and the Highland Park Chamber of Commerce. The Alliance was founded in 2008 to enhance the economic vitality of Downtown Highland Park. The operations and promotions of the Alliance are funded by a Special Service Area commercial property tax currently authorized through 2013.