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Madison Restaurant Week is October 21-28

Hungry for a great meal?  Restaurant Week is coming to Madison and the only thing you need to make are reservations.


The Madison Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce Madison Restaurant Week 2012.  The event begins on Sunday, October 21 and runs through Sunday, October 28. 

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Eleven Madison restaurants are offering special lunch and/or dinner menus at special prices.  Customers can select off the "regular" menu as well. 
"Restaurant Week is the best opportunity to try a new restaurant or visit a favorite eating spot" said Karen Meyer, executive director of the Madison Chamber of Commerce. "A variety of cuisines are offered during Madison's Restaurant Week and guests have the chance to enjoy flavors from around the world, including Japanese, French, and Italian-inspired fare.  It's some of the best food around!"  
The following restaurants are participating in Madison Restaurant Week 2012:  Takuma Japanese Restaurant, 42 Lincoln Pl.; Rob's Bistro, 75 Main St.; Il Mondo Vecchio, 72 Main St.; Chef Loryn's, 250 Main St.; David's Rumba Cafe, 6 Elmer St.; Nicky's Firehouse Family Restaurant, 15 Central Ave.; Rocco's Bar & Grill, 30 Cook Plaza; Empire Szechuan, 258 Main St.; Poor Herbie's, 13 Waverly Pl.; Bento Grill, 20 Waverly Pl.; and Garlic Rose Bistro, 41 Main St. 

"Chamber's Restaurant Week always features Madison's best food establishments. Restaurant week is the special, once-a-year opportunity for food fans to visit their favorite restaurants and to experience restaurants that are new to them. Make your reservations today and join in the fun." states John Morris, owner of Stewart-Morris Awards, Gifts & Flags and Chamber Vice President.

Formal or casual environments, traditional or international cuisine, take-out or dine-in, Madison's restaurants have you covered!  Be sure to take advantage of this great opportunity to experience the best dining establishments in town.

Reservations are recommended.  Please visit for more information or please contact your favorite restaurant today!

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