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Lawrence’s first Restaurant Week is coming up Sept. 14-20

08/20/2014 8:16 AM

08/20/2014 8:16 AM

Every January during Kansas City Restaurant Week, local restaurants offer customers discounted meals in an effort to promote Kansas City’s culinary scene and raise money for a good cause.

The popular event, which raised more than $240,000 this year, has inspired Lawrence to plan a Restaurant Week of its own.

During the first Lawrence Restaurant Week, set for Sept. 14-20, several downtown restaurants will offer diners special two-course lunches and three-course dinners. There’s no set price for the meals, but none of them will cost more than $35, says Sally Zogry, executive director of Downtown Lawrence, Inc., the organization behind the event.

Zogry says that part of Lawrence Restaurant Week’s proceeds will benefit local food-related charities in Lawrence, but that the charities haven’t been announced yet.

So far, 16 downtown Lawrence restaurants have signed on for the event (see the list below). Check out the Lawrence Restaurant Week’s website for updates on participating restaurants and their special Restaurant Week menus.

Hungry for more on Lawrence’s restaurant and bar scene? Pick up a copy of this week’s Ink, which features a Lawrence bar guide and a story about the college town’s best bar food.

Restaurants participating in Lawrence Restaurant Week

Merchants Pub & Plate

715

Ingredient

Ladybird Diner

Limestone Pizza + Kitchen + Bar

Free State Brewing Company

Pachamamas

Global Café

Terrebonne

La Parrilla

Genovese

Mad Greek Restaurant

Ten Restaurant

The Jayhawker

Ramen Bowls

Minsky’s Cafe & Bar

Enterprise reporter Sarah Gish writes bar and dining guides for Ink magazine. Contact her via email at sgish@kcstar.com or tweet @sarah_gish.

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