PRESS RELEASE – For Immediate Release
The Flavors of the Area Will Be Highlighted During The Joliet Area’s First Restaurant Week
Restaurants will have special deals from Feb. 17 – Feb. 26, 2017
ROMEOVILLE, IL – The Heritage Corridor Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) is proud to announce that the first Joliet Area Restaurant Week will take place between February 17-26, 2017. Restaurants from Morris to Lockport will be featuring special deals, enticing visitors from all over Chicagoland to come experience the flavors of the area.
“There are so many undiscovered gems here in the Joliet region that can compete with restaurants in the big city,” stated Heritage Corridor CVB President and CEO Robert Navarro, “that we are inviting those in Chicago and its suburbs, those in Bloomington, Peoria, and everywhere else to come and take a taste. And another. And Another.”
At this time, there are 18 restaurants taking part in the 2017 event. Those restaurants include: Al’s Steakhouse (Joliet), Ashbury’s at Boughton Ridge (Bolingbrook), Big Fish Bar & Grille (Wilmington), Cherry Street Café (Joliet), Chicago St. Pub (Joliet), ConEcepts (Joliet), Cross Street Grill (Joliet), Embers Tap House (Lockport), Flavors: The Buffet (Joliet), Jitters (Joliet), Juliet’s (Joliet), Little Saigon (Shorewood), Morris Chop Shop (Morris), Public Landing Restaurant (Lockport), The Reserve (Joliet), Tin Roof (Joliet), Truth (Joliet), Wine & Cheese by TCC (Plainfield).
For the hungry general public, they can find out more information at JolietRestaurantWeek.com, facebook.com/JolietRestaurantWeek.com, twitter.com/jolietrweek or instagram.com/jolietrweek.
ABOUT THE HERITAGE CORRIDOR CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU
The Heritage Corridor Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) ignites, influences, and impacts the visitor experience through tourism partnership within the communities and counties along the historic I&M Canal National Heritage Corridor. Starting just a few miles southwest of Chicago and extending southwest through Starved Rock State Park Country.
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