CHERRY HILL, N.J. — Cherry Hill Mayor Chuck Cahn and the members of Cherry Hill Township Council present one of Cherry Hill’s premier events, Cherry Hill Restaurant Week 2019 that runs August 10 through August 16.
The culinary event features seven days of money saving deals at some of Cherry Hill’s finest eateries. Diners will enjoy specially selected, 3-course dinner menus for either $25, $35 or $40 per person. Several restaurants will also offer a 2-course lunch menu for $15 or $20.
Participating restaurants include Denim American Bistro, 312 Kresson Road, which offers seasonal, modern-American fare in their quaint 168-year-old farmhouse turned bistro. Another choice is Toscana, 1990 Marlton Pike East, is a family owned restaurant that prides itself on making traditional Italian fare mixed with some of the latest trends that are making their way through Italy. For the carnivore at heart, there is The Capital Grille, located in the Cherry Hill Mall, is nationally acclaimed restaurant known for for their dry-aged steak selections.
Other participating restaurants include Little Thai Kitchen, 1900 Greentree Road; La Cita, 911 Marlton Pike W.; Amici Restaurant, 306 Kresson Rd.; Il Villaggio, 211 Haddonfield-Berlin Rd.; Seasons 52, 2000 NJ-38; Tutti Toscani, 1491 Brace Rd.; and Steak 38 Cafe, 515 Route 38 E.
Reservations are recommended.
For more information or updates on participating restaurants, visit the Cherry Hill Township website at http://cherryhill-nj.com/ and click on the Restaurant Week link.
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