Food & Drink

Berkeley Heights Establishments Announce Delicious and Money-Saving Specials for Restaurant Week, September 11 – 17

For more information about the Passport promotion, a frequent diner contest, childcare and children’s activities, go to the Restaurant Week website at www.experiencebh.com/restaurant-week.

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ – With 23 participating establishments ranging from fine dining to sandwich shops, and with snack, convenience, and liquor stores joining in,  Berkeley Heights Restaurant Week has choices for all tastes and budgets. Many establishments have already posted their special menus and pricing to the Restaurant Week website.

“With less than a week before Restaurant Week starts, it’s time to lock in your plans so you don’t miss out on your top choices,” said Julie Lloyd, Chairperson of the Berkeley Heights Beatification Committee, which organized this event in cooperation with local restaurants and the Suburban Chamber of Commerce. “We expect the special breakfast, lunch, dinner, wine and liquor, and snack specials to draw people from Berkeley Heights and beyond during the week of September 11. All establishments are open and ready to serve during the construction on Springfield Avenue.” 

RESTAURANT WEEK SPECIALS

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Breakfast

Lunch

  • Delicious Heights: 2 course express lunch for $15
  • DiMaio’s Cucina: 3 course fast lunch for $12.95
  • Domino’s: Small pizza with one topping and one 20-ounce soda for $5.99
  • Dunkin’ Donuts: Free small or medium hot tea or coffee with any sandwich purchase
  • Giovanni’s Bistro: 3 course lunch menu for $17
  • Goodman’s Deli: 10% off all menu items. Special menu: beef goulash, chicken paprikash, or beef stroganoff, served with soup or salad for $14.95
  • Nagoya Sushi and Tiki Lounge: 3 course meal for $19 (dine in only)
  • Station House Café: Gyro platter or Egyptian falafel served with pita, french fries, and a Greek salad for $7.95
  • The Sub Zone: Monday, free cup of soup with purchase of sandwich; Tuesday, cheesesteaks for $6.50; Wednesday, any burger platter for $7.50; Thursday; add small chips and a soda to any sandwich purchase for $1.50; Friday, hot dogs for $1.50
  • Trap Rock: 3 course fixed price lunch (soup or salad, any sandwich excluding burgers, and dessert) for $20; $1.00 oysters all day

Dinner

  • Delicious Heights: 3 course fixed price dinner for $25
  • DiMaio’s Cucina: 4 course fixed price dinner for $29
  • Domino’s: Large pizza with 5 toppings for $9.99 (carry out only)
  • Giovanni’s Bistro: 3 course dinner menu for $31
  • Goodman’s Deli: 10% off all menu items. Special menu: beef goulash, chicken paprikash, or beef stroganoff, served with soup or salad for $14.95
  • Nagoya Sushi and Tiki Lounge: 3 course meal for $19 (dine in only)
  • Neelam Fine Indian Cuisine: 3 course dinner (eat in only): $22 for one person, $38 for two people
  • Sherman’s BBQ: 10% off all dinner trays; Wings for $.99
  • Strega Bistro: 3 course fixed price dinner for $39
  • The Sub Zone: Monday, free cup of soup with purchase of sandwich; Tuesday, cheesesteaks for $6.50; Wednesday, any burger platter for $7.50; Thursday; add small chips and a soda to any sandwich purchase for $1.50; Friday, hot dogs for $1.50
  • Trap Rock: 3 course fixed price dinner for $40; $1.00 oysters all day

Wine and Cocktails

  • Berkeley Wines: Specially selected wine pairings for chicken, steak, spicy Asian, and seafood dishes– 25% off. Plus 10% off 4+ bottles and 25% off 12+ bottles
  • Delicious Heights: Stoli Moscow mule for $8
  • Nagoya Sushi and Tiki Lounge: Miller Light draft, $3; Anti-Hero IPA draft, $5; house wine, $5
  • Sadal Wine Cellar: Selected wine, 2 for $15; Moscato, 2 for $11; special sale on selected wine under $10

Snacks

For more information about the Passport promotion, a frequent diner contest, childcare and children’s activities, go to the Restaurant Week website. Visit the Restaurant Week Facebook page to see what your neighbors are saying and sharing about this event. #ExperienceBH

 

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