RETURNS IN 2014
$20, $25 OR $35
SavourYork Region Restaurant Week returns in 2014!
This event is dedicated to shining the spotlight on York Region's cultural diversity through its wide range of fabulous dining restaurant choices.
With so many restaurants and delicious choices to eat out there, it can be hard to get noticed. SavourYork Region Restaurant Week provides a unique event platform for restaurants to showcase their delicious food. SavourYork Region Restaurant Week is the largest and ONLY foodie event of its kind and directly connects diners with restaurants providing both a recipe for a great meal and deal!
Take advantage of deliciously prepared three-course dinner meals for only $20, $25, or $35 per person and lunch at select restaurants for only $15 or $20 per person. Reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling the restaurants directly. There are no tickets or passes required. Simply dine out at as many participating restaurants as you like during the event, explore new dining opportunities or enjoy old favorites.
Savour The Meals…Savour The Deals!
York Region's finest restaurants participate in this established and popular community event that celebrates the multitude of international dining available in the area.
Restaurants in other cities that have participated in similar dining programs have had enormous success. They have increased volume of new clientele during this blocked time period, have gained invaluable exposure, and have had a high rate of return business. SavourYork Region participating restaurants continue to report a great turnout with each offering.
SavourYork Region provides steady business during a typically slower week, infinite exposure to all of York Region's residents, and most notably, a tremendous opportunity to acquire new, loyal clients to their establishment. It is also a great opportunity for restaurants to showcase the quality, variety and hospitality of the Region's restaurant community.
For consumers, it is a great way to try out a restaurant that may usually appear to be “out of budget”, or just test a new venue with little financial risk.