Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week Is Back with $26-$46 Three-Course Meals for Dine-In and Carry-Out

Do good while dining out: Help your local restaurants recover from the financial impact of COVID restrictions while simultaneously supporting Cincinnati Children's Hospital. One dollar from each meal benefits the medical center.

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Burnt carrot salad

Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week returns Sept. 28-Oct. 4, offering a variety of specially crafted three-course dinners (and sometimes lunches) at your favorite local restaurants.

Pricing runs the gamut from $16 for a lunch trio to $46 for a multi-course dinner.

Participating restaurants include: Alfio’s Buon Cibo, Brown Dog Cafe, Butcher & Barrel, Chart House, Chè, Coppin’s at Hotel Covington, deSha’s, Eddie Merlot’s, Eighteen at the Radisson, Embers, Firebirds Wood Fired Grill, Goose and Elder, Jag’s Steak & Seafood, Kitchen 1883, Kona Grill, Libby’s Southern Comfort, LouVino, MacKenzie River Pizza, Grill and Pub, McCormick and Schmicks, Metropole, Mita’s, Morton’s Steakhouse, National Exemplar, Overlook Kitchen + Bar, Primavista, Prime Cincinnati, Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, Salazar, Somm Wine Bar, Street City Pub, Subito, Taste of Belgium, The Capital Grille, The Golden Lamb, The Melting Pot, The View at Shires Garden and Trio Bistro.

Each restaurant has its own policy about whether or not the GCRW specials are dine-in only or can be picked-up for carry-out, so while you're checking out each prix-fixe menu at greatercincinnatirestaurantweek.com, look for a notification that tells you if you can grab these deals to-go.

And get a sneak peek of some delicious dishes (and drool-worthy photos) at photos.citybeat.com.

Plus, if helping local restaurants recover from the impact of COVID-19 restrictions didn't make you feel good, $1 from each three-course meal will benefit Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center — so you're doing good while dining out.

Check out a full list of menus and details at greatercincinnatirestaurantweek.com.

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