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Orlando Main Streets announce Inaugural “Main Street Restaurant Week”
The City of Orlando’s Main Street districts will host their first Main Street Restaurant Week, a celebration of the spectacular dining options available in the City’s neighborhood business districts from August 1 – 8, 2015.
Restaurants from each of Orlando’s eight Main Street districts will participate by offering prix fixe menus for lunch and dinner throughout the week. Each restaurant will offer limited selections that showcase its signature style, offering diners multiple courses for prices of $5, $10, $20, or $30, depending on the venue and time of day.
“Because this event takes place in our Main Streets across the City,” said Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, “this gives our residents even more reason to explore all of our great Main Street Districts. These Main Streets aren’t just our favorite places to eat or shop, they’re employment anchors for thousands of residents.”
Since the program’s inception in 2008, Orlando Main Street successes include over $260,000,000 invested in improvements to the districts with over 600 new business and 32 expansions creating almost 4,000 full and part-time jobs.
“It is the small businesses that our Main Streets support that makes Orlando such a great place to live. They create, define and strengthen our existing neighborhoods,” Dyer added.
Already three dozen restaurants have signed on to showcase their cuisine. An updated list of participating restaurants can be found at the event’s website at mainstreetrestaurantweek.com.
Two weeks prior to the event, the special menus for restaurants participating in Main Street Restaurant Week will be available online at mainstreetrestaurantweek.com.
Main Street Restaurant Week:
Saturday, August 1 – Saturday, August 8, 2015
Lunch and Dinner Specials
About Orlando Main Street Program.
Established in 2008 by the City of Orlando, the Orlando Main Street program is dedicated to empowering neighborhood business districts within the City to maintain, strengthen and revitalize their unique physical, economic, historical and cultural characteristics. More information about the program can be found at http://www.cityoforlando.net/mainstreet