Eat and repeat at Dunwoody Restaurant Week

Release your inner glutton at the seventh annual event June 9-16

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Photo credit: Courtesy of The Cowfish Sushi Burger Bar
EAT & REPEAT: A delicious dish from participating restaurant, The Cowfish Sushi Burger Bar.

There’s no better meal than a discounted one, right? Dunwoody Restaurant Week gives local restaurants the chance to showcase some of their best dishes and allows customers to sample food and drink from some of Dunwoody’s finest. On June 9-16 guests are invited to explore the diverse fare in Dunwoody for a reasonable price during the seventh annual event. Participating restaurants will have fixed menu prices so you can try a little bit of everything without breaking the bank. This year’s participating restaurants include Ali’s Cookies, Carbonara Trattoria, Cowfish, Crema Café, Da Vinci’s Donuts, E. 48th Street Market, Eclipse di Luna, El Azteca, Fogo de Chao, Gilly’s, Grecian Gyro, J. Christopher's, McKendrick’s Steak House, Novo Cucina, Simha Fusion, The Bird Rotisserie and Sports Bar, The Capital Grille, Viceroy Indian Dining, Vino Venue, Your Pie, more! Whether it’s something new you want or to revisit your favorite haunt, there’s something for every pallet.

$10-$45. 11 a.m. June 9-16. Various locations. www.dunwoodyrestaurantweek.com.

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