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March 8, 2011
Eateries encourage diners to sample special offers and menu items during Issaquah Restaurant Month.
The inaugural dine-out event kicked off March 1, as more than 20 restaurants rolled out discounts and other treats for diners. Organizers said the monthlong celebration is meant to attract attention to local restaurants, and encourage residents to try fresh flavors.
The participating restaurants include longtime establishments and newcomers. Diners interested in checking out Issaquah restaurants during the event can nosh on barbecue and pizza one day, and nachos and lo mein the next.
“Each restaurant will offer a lunch and/or dinner prix fixe menu that represents the best of what that restaurant has to offer,” Diane Symms, Lombardi’s Italian Restaurants president and CEO, said in a release. “This is not a discount but rather an offer of quality and value for the community.”
Issaquah Restaurant Month is similar to events staged in Seattle and other major cities nationwide. The year-old Issaquah Restaurant Coalition, a trade group, coordinated and promoted the celebration.
December 4, 2008
Some people find sushi disgusting. To be perfectly honest, I used to find sushi disgusting, too. But one day my dad talked me into giving it a try, and everything changed.
Now, sushi is one of my favorite foods. Every time I’m near a Sushi Land restaurant, I almost have a heart attack from excitement. But Ricenroll is enough to give my beloved Sushi Land a run for its money. Read more