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March 18, 2013

Restaurant Week begins

SALEM — There’s no excuse not to eat local during Salem Restaurant Week.

Seventeen restaurants are participating in the event, which runs through Thursday, and again Sunday through Thursday, March 24 through 28.

Participating eateries offer fixed-price menus of three courses for $25. Several also offer a two-course menu for $15.

This marks the seventh year for Salem Restaurant Week, which is organized by the Salem Chamber of Commerce.

Participating restaurants include 43 Church, 62 Restaurant and Wine Bar, Adriatic Restaurant and Bar, Bella Verona, Capt.’s Waterfront Grill & Club, Cilantro, Finz Seafood Restaurant & Grill, the Grapevine Restaurant, The Great Escape, Nathaniel’s at the Hawthorne Hotel, Red Lulu Cocina & Tequila Bar, the Regatta Pub at the Salem Waterfront Hotel, Rockafellas, Salem Beer Works, Tavern in the Square, Thai Place, and Victoria Station.

For more information and to view individual restaurant menus, visit www.salem-chamber.org. The $15 and $25 menu prices are per person and exclude beverages, tax and gratuity.

— Bethany Bray

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