Tacoma Restaurant Week kicks off Sunday
TACOMA, Wash. – If you’re craving something tasty, new, or just want to grab a bargain, you’re in luck. Tacoma Restaurant Week kicks off this week and ends May 5.
There are at least a dozen restaurants participating in delicious deals.
This culinary celebration will make your mouth water.
“I’m doing what I love to do. So I’m enjoying every moment,” executive sous chef Dontavian McNair said.
Step into Copper and Salt Northwest Kitchen in Ruston and you’ll see McNair put the perfect twist on a meal that’s sure to make your mouth water.
“We try to do as much as we can in-house and so as you can see we have a nice open kitchen. Working and giving guests an experience is what we do,” McNair told FOX 13 News. .
It seems that the most suitable fish is the recommendation of this waterfront destination.
“We’ll have fresh seafood. It’s halibut season. So we’ll have fresh halibut for dinner and then salmon will be for lunch,” McNair said.
It’s just one of more than a dozen restaurants on the list.
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Organizers said Tacoma Restaurant Week is a chance to do great business and celebrate Tacoma’s food scene.
There are two-course lunches and three-course dinners.
Prices range from around $20 to around $60 depending on where you go and what you order.
You’ll find plenty of options, including new American cuisine, Italian, and even fondue.
Tacoma Restaurant Week also provides a handy map to help you plan your visit, not only based on price, but also location.
At Copper and Salt, general manager Christoph Chabaud said it would be the restaurant’s first full summer opening.
“Whenever we have the opportunity to welcome local guests, we embrace it with open hearts and open arms, of course, and everyone is really there for that,” Chabaud said.
With the much-anticipated warm weather and sunshine enticing people to explore, he hopes many will take full advantage of the delicious meals prepared by talented chefs in Tacoma.
“All the restaurants are coming out of a two-year period that everyone has worked hard to get through and as much support as we can get from the local community, I’m sure every restaurant will really appreciate that,” Chabaud said. .
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Tacoma Restaurant Week runs April 24-28 and runs again May 1-5.
Organizers said this does not apply, however, to takeout orders.
Tacoma Restaurant Week organizers said these promotions do not run on weekends.
You can find out more about locations, menus and prices here.