This is the Vanilla Bean Tres Leches Cake from Seed Kitchen & Bar, and it’s on their Cobb restaurant week menu.
Photo: Styling by Doug Turbush / Contributed by Jeff Moore of Green Olive Media
Photo: Styling by Doug Turbush / Contributed by Jeff Moore of Green Olive Media

Cobb restaurant week enters 10th year, here’s how to dig in

You know those fancy restaurants you drive past wishing they were cheaper?

Hold on to your classiest pair of stretchy pants because Cobb Restaurant Week is in full effect.

This year marks one decade of the county’s tourism officials working with restaurateurs to offer full tastes of acclaimed fare.

It runs until Sept. 22.

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Here’s the deal: The more than two dozen participating restaurants will offer three-course meals, some lunch and some dinner, for a variety of prices — none more than $35 a diner.

It ranges from chains like Tropical Smoothie Cafe for $15, and The Melting Pot for $25, to some of Cobb’s finest.

For example, Seed Kitchen & Bar is offering items like baked feta to start, “Garlic and Paprika Rubbed Flat Iron Steak” with chipotle polenta as your main and tres leches cake to finish for $35.

Check out the participating restaurants (and their menus) online here.

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