Summit Restaurant Week

Summit Restaurant Week

July 16-26

A week of prix fixe menus and specials at Summit restaurants! Enjoy a summer evening in downtown Summit. Many restaurants offer outdoor seating.

Back by popular demand! Visit Summit Downtown's Facebook and Instagram pages during Restaurant Week to participate in our Guess the Dish Challenge! We'll show you the ingredients for a dish on the menu at one of our downtown restaurants, and you'll have to guess which dish those ingredients make. One lucky winner with the correct answer will win a Summit Gift Card!

A special encore of Summit Street Sounds will kick off Restaurant Week with live music throughout downtown from 5-8pm on Thursday, July 16. 

Contact Information
  1. Kathryn Best
  2. 9082776101
  3. admin@summitdowntown.org
Thu, July 23
12:00 pm — 1:00 pm
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Summit Restaurant Week

July 16-26

A week of prix fixe menus and specials at Summit restaurants! Enjoy a summer evening in downtown Summit. Many restaurants offer outdoor seating.

Back by popular demand! Visit Summit Downtown's Facebook and Instagram pages during Restaurant Week to participate in our Guess the Dish Challenge! We'll show you the ingredients for a dish on the menu ...

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