Restaurant Week Begins in Binghamton
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BINGHAMTON, N.Y. -- Binghamton's Restaurant Week started Tuesday and runs until next Thursday.
Seventeen local restaurants will be offering three course lunch specials for ten dollars and three course dinner specials for twenty dollars.
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Boys and Girls Club of Binghamton.
Restaurant owners say it's a great event for both businesses and customers.
"It's a nice chance to try something that you haven't tried before or if you haven't tried a restaurant that participates to just see what they have to offer and get a feel for the atmosphere but know you are going to pay $10 or $20 at a set price," said Whole in the Wall owner Stacey Gould.
"It's a great community event, it brings all the local restaurants together as well as bringing an enormous amount of the community downtown," said Lost Dog Cafe Catering Manager Nicole Howard.
For more information on participating restaurants, visit: binghamtonrestaurantweek.com