(PASSAIC COUNTY, NJ) -- The County of Passaic, along with the support of restauranteurs, will be presenting 2021 Restaurant Week from Monday, October 11 – Sunday, October 17. In collaboration with local restaurants and dining venues, the County is presenting a catalog of limited-time, prix fixe menus for lunch and dinner.
“Restaurant week is a great opportunity for our residents and visitors to learn about and try some of the amazing eateries we have here in Passaic County,” stated County Commissioner Sandi Lazzara. “It also gives restaurants the opportunity to enhance their offerings that may not typically be available on their daily menus.”
The highly anticipated program serves to engage residents, visitors, and restaurant owners alike over signature dishes. For a complete Passaic County experience, attendees are encouraged to visit nearby shopping districts, parks, and heritage sites. Reservations are highly recommended during this time.
“We are very excited to have more people visit our locations in Passaic and Paterson during Passaic County Restaurant Week.” said Carlos Lopez owner of Tropical Juice Bar, and Caribbean Station, two of the participating restaurants. Our mission is to be the first place people think of when craving a healthy beverage and tropical comfort food.”
Restaurants include Blackjack Mulligan's Hawthorne, Bogey's Sports Bar, Caribbean Station, Clifton City Tavern Mexican Cantina, Cocina Cecilia, Dingo's Den, Ghost Hawk Brewing Co, Grande Saloon, Il Palazzo, Kitchen & Beer Bar, Mesa 46 - Toscania, Sharkys wing's & raw bar, Thatcher McGhee's Irish Pub, The Love of Grub, The Rock Bar and Grill, Tropical Juice Bar and Grill.
The 2021 Passaic County Restaurant Week is sponsored by the Passaic County Board of County Commissioners and is organized by the Department of Cultural & Historical Affairs. For more information, including full Passaic County Restaurant Week menus, visit their Facebook Page.