LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - There are plenty of restaurants around town that we'd like to check out, but can't quite figure out how to make the budget work. A group of local eateries is coming together hoping to give you a chance to do so with a fixed price menu.
Later this month, 502 Restaurant Week will kick off. It's actually 10 days of special prices at some of Louisville's favorite restaurants with a cost of $50.20 a couple, or $50.20 a person, depending on the restaurant.
Organizer Belinda Gates hopes it will evolve into an annual event.
"Either way it's going to be a great value," said Gates. "It's going to be a great time dining out. Dine out often and support our local restaurants."
Louisville restaurants participating in The "502 Restaurant Week" include:
60 West Bistro & Martini Bar Amici Cafe: An Italian Cafe AP Crafters Bistro 301 The Blind Pig BLU Italian Grille Decca Gary's on Spring Harvest Hillbilly Tea Maker's Mark Bourbon House & Lounge Martini Italian Bistro Morton's Steakhouse Napa River Grill Jeff Ruby's Steak House Quattro The Oakroom Rivue Restaurant & Lounge Ruth's Chris Steak House RYE on Market Sway Vincenzo's Volare
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