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September 16, 2014
For Immediate Release
587 Main Street, Suite #5, New Rochelle, NY 10801 NewRochelleDowntown.com
CONTACT: Ralph DiBart, Executive Director 914-960-1460 and 212-866-0191 email@example.com
Celebrating downtown’s diverse dining scene with
three-course dinners for $26 at twelve participating restaurants
For Immediate Release: Monday, September 15, 2014
Dine Downtown New Rochelle Restaurant Week is returning this fall and responding to popular demand has expanded to two weeks: Monday, September 22nd to Thursday, September 25th and Monday September 29th through Thursday, October 2nd.
Twelve downtown restaurants will feature special three-course menus for $26 (not including beverage, tax and gratuity), offering visitors the opportunity to sample the Queen City’s diverse downtown dining scene.
Hosted by the New Rochelle BID, Dine Downtown New Rochelle Restaurant Week celebrates New Rochelle’s growing downtown restaurant community with a variety of outstanding cuisines. Participating restaurants include: A Place to Go, Alvin & Friends, Coromandel Cuisine of India, Da Giovanni II Italian Restaurant, The Gnarly Vine, La Herradura, Little Mexican Café, Modern Restaurant, NOMA Social, Patrias, Posto 22, and Sorell Wine Bar Bistro. “It’s a great way for people to sample the food at our fine dining downtown restaurants, all within walking distance of each other, all close to parking, and all delicious. The hard part for the public will be to choose which great restaurants to sample,” says Ralph DiBart, Executive Director of the BID..
To learn more and to read about the participating restaurants and get their contact information and directions visit: NewRochelleDowntown.com. Click image below to view full size postcard.
On Saturday September 27th downtown New Rochelle will also be the focus of the New Rochelle Council for the Arts annual celebration of the arts, ARTSFEST 2014 and on Sunday, September 28th the Villalobos Brothers Concert at downtown’s Library Green. For information visit: NewRochelleArts.org.
And every Saturday, through November 22nd, the Downtown BID hosts the New Rochelle Farmers Market with great farm produce, a large assortment of artisan foods and products, micro brewed beers and spirits, and even knife sharpening, PLUS dining al fresco and free children’s entertainment, live music, cooking demonstrations, yoga classes and more, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. For information visit: NewRochelleGrandMarket.com and NewRochelleDowntown.com.
Join us in downtown New Rochelle!