LAKEVIEW — Lakeview Roscoe Village Restaurant Week returns Friday with more than a dozen local restaurants and a chance to win gift cards for neighborhood businesses.
This year’s Restaurant Week runs through March 5. Participating restaurants offer prix fixe menus, and the event gives locals and visitors to the area a chance to support the businesses, according to the Lakeview Roscoe Village Chamber of Commerce.
“Other than residents, I think it’s also important we give this opportunity to bring outsiders into the neighborhood,” said Alyssa Lombardo, events and marketing director for the Lakeview Roscoe Village Chamber of Commerce. “This is a perfect excuse to visit.”
The week has 17 participating restaurants with all kinds of cuisines— from pizza to Venezuelan arepas and a full Mediterranean meal — at various price points, Lombardo said.
- Bartoli’s Pizzeria, 1955 W. Addison St.
- Le Sud, 2301 W. Roscoe St.
- Reclaimed Bar & Restaurant, 3655 N. Western Ave.
- Southport Grocery & Cafe, 3552 N. Southport Ave.
- Savannah Supper Club, 2116 W. Roscoe St.
- Tatas Tacos, 2826 N. Lincoln Ave.
- Pizzeria Serio, 1708 W. Belmont Ave.
- Port & Park Bistro, 4000 N. Southport Ave.
- Volo Wine Bar, 2008 W. Roscoe St.
- John’s Place, 2132 W. Roscoe St.
- Crosby’s Kitchen, 3455 N. Southport Ave.
- Frasca Pizzeria & Wine Bar, 3358 N. Paulina St.
- Tuco & Blondie, 3358 N. Southport Ave.
- Rebecca’s Confections, 2119 W. Roscoe St.
- Ella Elli, 1349 W. Cornelia Ave.
- Rica Arepa Venezuelan Café, 4253 W. Armitage Ave.
- La Gondola, 2914 N. Ashland Ave.
Anyone who dines at a participating restaurant has a chance to win a $100 Lakeview Roscoe Village Gift Card, which is redeemable at more than 50 participating businesses.
To enter, people can email their receipts from two restaurants they ate at during Restaurant Week to email@example.com by noon March 6. Winners will be randomly selected and notified by noon March 7.
And $3 from each order made during Restaurant Week will be donated to Common Pantry and Nourishing Hope.
“This is the perfect opportunity to try something new while also helping people who are food insecure,” Lombardo said.
You can find more information, including each restaurant’s menu, online.
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