15 Reasons To Get Hungry For Binghamton Restaurant Week

Posted by Natalie Murphy on September 3, 2014

Try a taste of Binghamton from March 24 - April 2

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1. This spring's Restaurant Week features a record-breaking 29 venues — giving you more options than ever.

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2. Tranquil Bar and Bistro is on the list. FYI it has the best French cuisine in the area.

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3. It may just be warm enough to dine outside at locations like Thai Time, Zona & Co. Grille and Remlik's.

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4. You'll be eating ramen the other 365 days of the year.

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5. If you're Italian, Little Venice or Cortese may just rival mom's cooking.

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6. If you eat at Sake-Tumi or Whole In the Wall (both owned by Binghamton alumni), you'll support your fellow Bearcats.

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7. With three-course lunch and dinner menus, you'll probably score some great late-night leftovers.

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8. Loft @ 99 serves schnitzel in a swanky dining room. How many restaurants really serve schnitzel? It's as fun to say as it is to eat.

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9. Cafe 46 West is a secret little sandwich shop tucked in the West Side- perfect if you want a quiet lunch away from the hustle of downtown.

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10. Who doesn'tt love a 2-for-1 deal? Spots like CyberCafe West feature great food and live music.

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11. For the 21-and-over crowd, Galaxy Brewing Company's menu includes a 10 oz. glass from its selection of craft beers.

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12. Does anyone in the world NOT like Lost Dog Cafe's rigatoni ala vodka?!

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13. It's an excuse to explore the area beyond the campus confines (and that one block of State St.)

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14. Social on State has dishes like gouda mac & cheese, braised short rib, and chocolate fondue. The only bad thing is having to make a decision.

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15. You can easily preview the Restaurant Week menus lineup www.binghamtonrestaurantweek.com.

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