Indiana eateries join in upcoming restaurant week promotions

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Yes, the holidays are over and spring is still months away, but here in Indiana at the culinary crossroads of America, there’s just too much great dining out there to stay home. And since January can be a bit slow for our local restaurants, wineries and breweries, now is a great time to support local.

In fact, upcoming restaurant week promotions provide the perfect opportunity to check out a new eatery or revisit an old favorite.

In Indianapolis and surrounding counties, more than 100 restaurants will be participating in the upcoming Devour Winterfest. It runs from Jan. 22 through Feb. 4, and restaurants will be offering special prices on three-course meals or two-for-one deals, with enough variety to entice anyone to bundle up and head out for dinner.

South Bend’s Winter Restaurant Weeks also run from Jan. 22 through Feb. 4 with special dining deals. Savor Fort Wayne kicks off Jan. 17 and continues through Jan. 28. And in southern Indiana, Evansville Pizza Week starts Jan. 14 and runs through Jan. 20.

You’ll find special restaurant week promotions coming up over the next couple of months all around Indiana too. The Greater Lafayette Restaurant Week kicks off on Valentine’s Day, running from Feb. 14 through March 1. And in northwest Indiana, Savor the South Shore takes place Feb. 26 through March 10. Keep an eye on your local restaurants’ social media posts for info.

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