Fall Restaurant Week: Deals and Meals
Posted by Melissa Wickes on October 19, 2016
Binghamton is filled with unique and delicious restaurants that are tempting to students and local residents alike. Luckily, from October 18-28, you can try all the restaurants you've been eyeing without burning a hole in your wallet.
Sock it to me, Sake Tumi
I'm not a huge seafood person, but when I want sushi you better believe it'll be from Sake Tumi. They have a lunch Restaurant Week special along with a dinner special, so you can get crazy deals on crazy-good sushi any time of the day! Photo by Eat Bing.
Strange Brew is brewing up some savings
Get lost in your meal at Lost Dog Cafe
Did you really visit Binghamton if you didn't get the Rigatoni Ala Vodka from Lost Dog? Luckily, the famed dish is on both their lunch and dinner Restaurant Week menus, so you can enjoy your favorite pasta along with two other courses of Lost Dog goodness. Photo by Lost Dog Cafe.
Thai Time to chow down
Thai Time's Restaurant Week menu has plenty of options between their lunch and dinner offers. Sushi, pho, fried rice, noodles -- you name it. If you're looking for Thai deals, you've come to the right place. Photo by Karen C.
Chow down at The Colonial
Good old-fashioned American pub food: it doesn't get much better than that. Oh wait, it does! This Restaurant Week at The Colonial you can get an appetizer, entree and dessert for lunch for only $12, or the same for dinner for only $20. Sounds good to me. Photo by The Colonial Bing.
Zona has deals on 'dillas
Mexican meets American and delicious meets tasty! Zona has a wide selection of enchiladas, burgers, salads and more for both dinner and lunch -- and, since it's still so nice out, great outdoor seating on their deck. Photo by Bing U Foodie.
Whole 'lotta deals at Whole in the Wall
Whole in the Wall's homemade natural foods have lured in people from all over, even celebrities. This Restaurant Week, you can try various veggie-filled dishes for lunch and dinner, including their infamous basil and tomato pesto. Photo by Whole in the Wall.
Citrea has a bit of everything
Nothing hits the spot for dinner and lunch quite like Citrea. Indulge in a delicious woodfire pizza for lunch, or try one of their many soups, salads or tapa dishes for dinner. Be sure to try my favorite, the crispy bacon and parmesean brussel sprouts! Photo by nyceeeeeats.
Little Venice, big taste
Enjoy a taste of Italy without leaving Binghamton! Little Venice has delicious deals on their signature dishes, including ravioli, shrimp scampi and caprese salad, for both lunch and dinner. Photo by Little Venice.
Garage Taco Bar: the best food you'll find in a garage
The Garage Taco Bar is one of Binghamton's newest and trendiest restaurants. Right next to Lost Dog, you can find delicious Mexican-style salads, sandwiches and, of course, tacos for both lunch and dinner deals. Photo by J.S..
The Shop is the spot
A cafe bar, creperie and perfect lunch or dinner spot to indulge in amazing Restaurant Week deals. The Shop has a wide selection of delicious veggie-filled dishes, along with sandwiches, desserts and coffees. Photo by Jennifer L.
Burger Mondays any day of the week
If you're getting a burger in Binghamton, it's got to be from Burger Mondays. The Restaurant Week dinner menu includes three courses of yum, including burger choices like the falafel burger, the steak sandwich, the classic burger and more. Photo by Burger Mondays.
Wash down your appetite at Water Street Brewery
Water Street Brewing Company does Restaurant Week the right way, with three courses full of burgers, beer and more! Try one of their signature ciders or beers accompanied by a delicious burger, sandwich or a different main course of your choice. Photo by Water Street Brewery.
Social on State: state-of-the-art meals
Social On State's prix fixe Restaurant Week menu gives you a ton of options to choose from for the dining experience of your dreams. Salads, tacos, tuna bowls, soups, mac and cheese -- they've got it all! Photo by Social on State.
Remlik's has food to remember
Tranquil will put your appetite at peace
Who doesn't love a little French food? Tranquil's menu has three courses of delicious French foods, such as curried clam chowder, beef bonne femme and even banana bread pudding. You've got to try it. Photo by Tranquil Bar and Bistro.
Number Five is number one
Other restaurants participating in Fall Restaurant Week 2016 include Uncle Tony's, The House of Reardon, South City Publick House, Chroma Cafe and Bakery, Crepe Heaven, Alexander's Cafe, Binghamton Hots, Muffer's Kitchen, River Bistro @ DoubleTree by Hilton, Taj Tandoor, Amici, The Loft at Ninety-Nine and The Chatterbox! Be sure to check out EatBing for meals and deals these restaurants have to offer.
Melissa Wickes is a senior from East Williston, N.Y., majoring in English--creative writing. She is a member of the a cappella group The Vibes, Alpha Epsilon Phi and she enjoys exploring new cheeses in her spare time.
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