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CLEVELAND - Downtown Cleveland Alliance's 6th annual Downtown Cleveland Restaurant Week kicks off this Friday with a few new twists.
The annual dining event kicked off this afternoon with a polka party featuring local Polka disc jockey, DJ Kishka at The Corner Alley Restaurant.
Downtown Cleveland Restaurant Week features more than 40 dining destinations offering diners a choice of $30 dinner specials and $15 lunch specials at select restaurants.
The Downtown Cleveland Alliance has hosted the event six years into hosting the week with 40 restaurateurs participating.
"All of our restaurant owners, and servers get a little bit of extra bump, from the Northeast Ohio residents and actually nationally really," said Downtown Cleveland Alliance spokeswoman Gina Morris. "Downtown Cleveland is becoming a foodie destination."
Barley House will also pay tribute to the traditional Polish treat, hosting "Pierogi Palooza" during happy hour on Friday, March 1.
Select parking lots will offer $2 parking with a printable voucher after 5 p.m. during Downtown Cleveland Restaurant Week. A dinner receipt must be presented to validate.
The event will extend through two weekends, ending on Wednesday, March 3
Check out the full list of participating restaurants and call to make a reservation today.
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