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Chester County Mid-Summer Restaurant Week Being Held August 2-9

For those of you looking for an excuse to treat yourselves to dinner at some of the nicer restaurants in Chester County without needing to break the bank, next week is your chance. The Chester County Mid-Summer Restaurant Week takes place from Sunday, August 2nd through Sunday, August 9th. From the website:
Restaurant Week is here! This is your chance to discover new restaurants and enjoy all your favorites at a special flat price with special 3-course dinner menus for $30.09 at the BEST Chester County restaurants. What's more, when you order from any participating restaurant's special "Restaurant Week" menu you will also receive a FREE
$10 Restaurant Gift Certificate that's valid at ANY participating restaurant for an entire month after the event!
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There are no tickets or passes required for Restaurant Week. Simply show up and dine at as many restaurants as you like all week long. Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling the restaurants directly. Special $30.09 menu includes 3 courses at each restaurant. Tax, gratuity, and drinks are not included.


For more information, including the list of participating restaurants, see the Restaurant Week website.

The Station Bistro has also sent me their menu for the week.

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