Restaurant week. Buckhead has one. So does Inman Park, Midtown and Downtown. And starting in January, historic Roswell will become a member of that club.
With a rapidly expanding restaurant scene, historic Roswell seems just the place for a restaurant week. Over a period of nine days, Jan. 14-22, participating Roswell restaurants will serve three-course prix-fixe menus for $15 and $25 (alcohol, tax and gratuity additional). Low-cost menus during restaurant weeks allow customers to sample the fare at local restaurants for a fraction of the cost.
Ryan Pernice, owner of the recently reviewed Table & Main in historic Roswell, credits Sally Johnson of the Historic Roswell Merchants Association for initiating the project after the group comprised of historic Roswell business owners expressed interest. Pernice says they scheduled restaurant week for January because it’s a slow time for restaurants. Furthermore, he says, “Restaurant week allows us an opportunity to reach audiences we don’t normally reach.”
The current list of participating restaurants:
–by Jenny Turknett, Food and More blog