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Restaurant Week on Nantucket

Posted by Kimberly Sherman  September 15, 2009 08:02 AM

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Planning a trip to the Cape, and its nearby islands, is often most tempting in the off-season. And while the end of September is hardly winter, it is still not summer, and that's when Nantucket's deals start to unroll. The island's 4th Annual Restaurant Week runs from Sept. 28 through Oct. 4, and is the perfect opportunity to seize both lodging and meal deals. The mood is a bit more relaxed after Labor Day, but the world-renowned culinary scene on Nantucket is still full of vigor. This festive week-long event offers special menus at over 25 of the island’s hot spots with 3-course dinners offered from just $25-$45! There is also a special opening night reception on Sept. 27 from 3-5 p.m. which doubles as a fundraiser to support the Nantucket Culinary Arts Foundation - tickets to this afternoon of extravagance are $100 each. Visit online for all lodging, reservations and menus.

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