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This post was originally written by WJBR Digital Production Intern, Joy Paganucci. Paganucci is a senior Media Communications Honors student at the University of Delaware from New York, NY. Along with being a Digital Content Intern for WJBR, Paganucci also works as Executive Producer for Real Talk, a show on the UD Student Television Network and as an Oral Communications Consultant in the UD Writing Center.

 

Who doesn’t love to eat and drink? Wilmington’s City Restaurant Week is returning June 13th-18th. You can dine at some of the best eateries for discounted prices.

There are 11 restaurants participating- all owned by restaurateurs. This “no chain restaurant” scene makes the fine dining experience feel more personal. Chefs and staff view the week as an opportunity to make customers feel like their neighbor has invited them to dinner.

Restaurants will be serving up mouthwatering two-course lunches for $15 and three-course dinners for $35 (excluding drinks & gratuity).

There is a wide range of options from Asian to French to Italian. “City Restaurant Week enables us to create fresh menus for the spring, plus it puts emphasis on trying new things and new restaurants within our community,” says Dan Butler, Piccolina Toscana owner. “CRW is a reminder that this city has remarkable dining options in close proximity to one another.”

Participating restaurants include:

  • Café Mezzanotte
  • Café Verdi
  • Chelsea Tavern
  • Crow Bar
  • Dorcea
  • La Fia Bakery + Market + Bistro
  • Mikimotos
  • Piccolina Toscana
  • Tonic Bar & Grille
  • University and Whist Club
  • Walter’s Steakhouse

Check out their menus here.

Check out the Greater Wilmington Convention and Visitors Bureau, along with a host of organizations, take advantage of the chance to enjoy your favorite food, return to your favorite place, or try something new!

Hollywood Kyle is the Digital Content Producer and Production Director of Mix 99.5 WJBR. Being a Delaware local, Kyle takes pride in his hometown and has had a love for music since a young age, learning multiple instruments and writing songs in his free time.