QC Restaurant Week celebrates local restaurant community

QC Restaurant Week celebrates local restaurant community

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Celebrating and supporting the local hospitality industry, Visit Quad Cities announces that “QC Restaurant Week” returns with a record 80 participating restaurants on March 20-26, 2023. “QC Restaurant Week” offers visitors and Quad Citizens a meaningful opportunity to experience some of the region’s many restaurants.

In addition to supporting local restaurants, Quad Citizens have a chance to win local restaurant gift cards. Visit one of the participating restaurants between March 20-26, then go to the website to fill out the entry form and include a picture of your receipt, a selfie at the restaurant, or posing with your carryout meal.

Small businesses are a key part of the Quad Cities’ local economy, and our QC identity includes our local restaurants to help set us apart from other destinations. QC Restaurant Week is your chance to expand your taste buds by trying new things from participating businesses and to continue to eat locally to support our vibrant culinary community.

Visit Quad Cities encourages food lovers to explore www.qcrestaurantweek.com for all of the restaurants’ details.


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