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Time to eat. And eat. And eat. And eat.

Posted by Kimberly Sherman  November 2, 2010 09:09 AM

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Two culinary cities have enough passion for food and drink to offer up Restaurant Weeks separate from their state's chosen week.


Restaurant Week in the seaside town of Ogunquit has options for everyone.
Through Nov. 9 participating restaurants will be offering special prix fixe breakfasts, lunches, and dinners. And we're talking affordable with two breakfasts for $15, two brunch or lunch entrees for $20, and three-course dinners for $25 (prices do not include alcohol, taxes, or tip). See website for a complete and updated list of participating restaurants and ticket prices. Also as a part of Restaurant Week, participating restaurants will be handing out a Discount Card to be used at other businesses throughout town. Call 207-646-2939 for more information or visit online.

The Newport Restaurant Week, in Newport, R.I., runs from Nov. 5-14.
Guests will pay $16 for a three-course lunch and $30 for a three-course dinner. See website for times and locations. Call 401-845-9123 for more information.

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