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November 5, 2013

It's Fall Restaurant Week in Salem

SALEM — More than 20 restaurants are taking part in Salem’s Fall Restaurant Week, a 10-day event organized by the Chamber of Commerce.

Restaurant Week, now in its seventh year, began Sunday and runs through Thursday. After a hiatus on Friday and Saturday, it starts up again this Sunday and goes through next Thursday, Nov. 14.

Participating restaurants are offering a two-course dinner menu for $18 or a three-course dinner for $28. Prices are per person and exclude drinks, tax and tip.

Three new restaurants are taking part: Firenze Trattoria, Flying Saucer Pizza Company and Opus.

Other participants are 62 Restaurant & Wine Bar, Adriatic, Bella Verona, the Black Lobster at Stromberg’s Cove, Brodie’s Seaport, Capt.’s Waterfront Grill & Club, Cilantro, Finz, the Grapevine, Longboards Café & Bar, Nathaniel’s at the Hawthorne Hotel, Naumkeag Ordinary, the Regatta Pub at the Salem Waterfront Hotel, Rocka-Fellas, Salem Beer Works, Scratch Kitchen, Tavern in the Square, Thai Place, and Victoria Station & Vic’s Boathouse.

For menus and offerings at each restaurant, go to www.salem-chamber.org.

Tom Dalton can be reached at tdalton@salemnews.com.

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