Saratoga County Restaurant Week is returning, being presented by the Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce from Wednesday, March 22, through Thursday, March 30.
The Chamber invites Saratoga County restaurants to participate for free in the popular event. Rather than set a fixed price menu with limited options, restaurants have the flexibility to set their own prices and menus (for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and/or takeout) for customers to experience and enjoy.
“This event is designed to support all local restaurants in Saratoga County,” said Todd Shimkus, Chamber president. “Restaurants are still dealing with uncertainty and uncontrollable factors, such as staffing shortages, random food cost spikes, and packaging challenges. If this event can help them, then we want to make it as flexible and impactful as possible.”
“Driscoll Foods is thrilled to sponsor Saratoga County’s Restaurant Week,” said Steven Donnelly, division president, Driscoll Foods. “Our locally owned restaurants are an integral part of Saratoga’s thriving community, and we will do everything we can to support them. I look forward to seeing the menus these talented chefs come up with and enjoying a great meal with family and friends. I hope that others take this opportunity to experience all that Saratoga’s restaurants have to offer.”
This year, the event will include a gift card sweepstakes where no less than three lucky winners will receive prize packages of ten $100 gift cards to restaurants throughout Saratoga County. Participants may enter the sweepstakes daily on the Chamber’s website, and winners will be selected and notified by email the first week of April.
The Chamber would like to thank this year’s Restaurant Week Presenting Sponsors: Driscoll Foods, Capital Bank, WNYT, and My4.
“We are excited to work with the team at the Saratoga County Chamber to bring Restaurant Week back again this year,” said Scott Heffner, senior vice president and director of marketing at Capital Bank. “With so many of our local restaurants offering exciting and unique options, we encourage the community to come out, especially this week, and support local dining.”