We’re in the middle of Troy’s second annual Restaurant Week, run by the Downtown Troy Business Improvement District. It began Monday, September 16 and runs through Sunday, September 22. New this year, a $5 price point added to accommodate the busy lunch crowd.
“Troy’s becoming quite the destination for the foodie in all of us! From fine dining to fried chicken, Troy has you covered,” said Elizabeth Young, Director of the Downtown Troy BID, in a statement. “And now, with an additional price point of $5, along with $10, $20, and $30, there is something for every budget at any time of the day.”
Restaurants will offer special prix fixe menus and special items at up to four different price points during the week-long event. For dinner, exclusive three-course menus will be offered for $20 and $30. A $10 featured menu item will be available along with a $5 lunch special at various locations.
Participants include: The Ale House, Bacchus Wood Fired, Beirut Restaurant, Daisy Baker’s, Bootleggers on Broadway, B-Rad’s Bistro, Finnbar’s Pub, Francesca’s, Illium Café, Jose Malone’s, LoPorto’s, Muddaddy Flats, Spill’n the Beans, Sweet Sues, The Brown Bag, The Daily Grind, The Flying Chicken and The Greek House.
Troy’s Restaurant Week is sponsored by Pioneer Bank; Pattison, Sampson, Ginsberg & Griffin; The United Group; Wellcare; Marvin and Company; and the Downtown Troy Business Improvement District.