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Two-Week Dine Out Westfield Event Start Sunday, Featuring Over 20 Businesses

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Enjoy meals at Butcher Burgers and other Downtown Westfield restaurants at bargain prices during Dine Out Westfield. Credits: Jackie Lieberman
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WESTFIELD, NJ — More than 20 Downtown Westfield businesses will participate in “Dine Out Westfield,” a two-week event from Oct. 16 to Oct. 27 (Fridays and Saturdays excluded), sponsored by the Downtown Westfield Corporation.

During Dine Out Westfield, patrons can enjoy a two-course lunch menu and a two- or three-course dinner menu at fixed prices at participating restaurants. Tax, gratuity and beverages are not included.

“Not only do we have almost 20 of Westfield’s best dining destinations participating, we wanted to reward our restaurants and diners with a daily contest for participating,” Downtown Westfield Executive Director Sherry Cronin said. “Diners can conveniently scan a QR code or go to a web page and simply enter their email address to enter a daily drawing for a $50 gift certificate or a $25 parking card.”

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For details, click here. Food lovers are also invited to share their photos on Instagram, #dineoutwestfield.

“The greatest part of this event is the exposure to new customers. Many people travel from distant parts of the state to enjoy what the restaurants of Westfield are creating,” C.J. Reycraft, Jr., chef and owner of Butcher Burgers said. “We are excited about participating in Dine Out and looking forward to the big crowds.”

Other participating restaurants include: 16 Prospect Wine Bar & Bistro, Akai Sushi Lounge, Boulevard Bistro, The Brick Oven, Chez Catherine, Cosimo’s Italian Restaurant, Feast Catering & Juice Junky, Ferraro’s Restaurant, Limani Seafood Grill, Mojave Grille, Mulberry House Restaurant, Old Havana, Roosterspin, Splash of Thai, Sweet Waters Steak House, Theresa's, Tinga Taqueria, Turning Point Restaurant and Xocolatz. 

Two wine shops — NosVino and the Liquor Basket — will offer 10 percent off of select wines during Dine Out Westfield.

“We'll be offering discounts during the entire Dine Out Westfield season on select wines — bottles that we've specifically paired for each downtown BYOB restaurant based on their own menus,” NosVino owner Erick Garcia said. “We've also just launched a new downtown delivery program which will include these discounted selections. Customers can call to inquire about delivery times, get pairing suggestions and order from their phone right at the restaurant.”

Visit www.westfieldtoday.com to see advance menus. Reservations are recommended, Cronin said.

Editor’s note: The Downtown Westfield Corporation, Butcher Burgers and NosVino are advertisers on TAPinto Westfield. To learn about becoming an advertiser, call 917-676-2302 or email jlieberman@tapinto.net.

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