The fare at MADE Kitchen & Cocktails is just some of what will be offered during Alpharetta Restaurant Week, Feb. 22-29, 2020. (Courtesy of Alpharetta Convention & Visitors Bureau)
Photo: Courtesy of Alpharetta Convention & Visitors Bureau
Photo: Courtesy of Alpharetta Convention & Visitors Bureau

Alpharetta’s restaurant week means the city’s best fare for cheaper

If there’s some grub in Alpharetta that has been just outside your price range, you might have a meal to plan for later this month.

Alpharetta Restaurant Week runs from Feb. 22 to 29 and features 25 restaurants offering fixed-price menus for less, according to the Alpharetta Convention and Visitors Bureau.

The deals include three-course dinner menus from $20 to $45 and three-course lunches for between $15 and $30 —beverage, tax and gratuity not included. 


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You can view the menus online.

The participating restaurants include:

• Alpine Bakery & Trattoria

• Barleygarden Kitchen & Craft Bar

• Benihana

• Botiwalla

• Chiringa

• Citizen Soul

• Coalition Food and Beverage

• Colletta

• CRU Food & Wine Bar

• Firebirds Wood Fired Grill

• Flatlands Bourbon and Bayou

• Hudson Grille

• Jekyll Brewing City Center

• Kona Grill

• M Thai Street Food

• MADE Kitchen & Cocktails

• Mercantile Social

• Oak Steakhouse

• Pure Taqueria

• Ray’s at Killer Creek

• Salt Factory Pub

• Secreto Kitchen & Bar

• Southern Porch

• True Food Kitchen

• Village Tavern

• Vinny’s on Windward


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