Butler County Tourism Presents Inaugural Restaurant Week, September 13-19


Butler County Tourism & Convention Bureau is hosting its first Restaurant Week, September 13-19, 2021. Nearly 30 different restaurants in Butler County are participating and will be featuring some of their delicious signature dishes throughout the week.


Butler County Tourism’s Restaurant Week is dine-in only and highlights many establishments for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. You’ll discover unique options at cafes, diners, restaurants, and even breweries! Enjoy different mouthwatering dishes from a variety of cuisines like Mexican, Italian, Asian, Thai, Indian, American, and more!


Participating restaurants include 11th Frame Bar and Grille, Anna Marie's Winery and Cafe, Avor Thai, Burgh’ers Brewing, Butler Brew Works, Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Denny's, Dented Keg Brewing Company, Domenico’s Ristorante, Firehouse Subs, General Shu's, Hotel Saxonburg, Houlihan’s, Jason's Deli, Los Mayas Mexican Restaurant, Missing Links Brewery, Pizza Palermo Cranberry, Primanti Bros., Rajbhog Indian Cafe, Red Lobster, Red Robin Gourmet Burgers & Brews, ShuBrew: Handcrafted Ales & Food, Spring & Main Cafe, The G.O.A.T Sports Bar, Upper Crust Shop and Wunderbar Coffee and Crepes.


“The restaurant industry was hit extremely hard during the pandemic, and we wanted to do something that would promote them and bring more customers to their business,” said Jack Cohen, president of Butler County Tourism & Convention Bureau.


“We are honored and excited to be a part of the inaugural Restaurant Week for Butler County. The community has been so supportive of Domenico’s since we opened over 40 years ago, and we are looking forward to sharing a piece of our family with new and old friends alike during this event,” said Erica Sabatini, director of community outreach for Domenico's Ristorante.


Information about each restaurant including featured items, price point, options for outdoor dining and more can be found at www.VisitButlerCounty.com/RestaurantWeek.


Many restaurants source their ingredients locally, providing their customers with the freshest menu items available. Some featured dishes may not be listed on the webpage until the week prior.


Price points at restaurants vary. Please visit individual restaurant Facebook pages for full menu offerings and additional information.

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