Calling all foodies. North Shore Restaurant Month is back for its 11th year, promising bigger and better offers than ever.
Now through February 28, more than 90 restaurants will be offering a variety of specials and discounts. From free appetizers and desserts, prix fixe meals, and “2 for 1” specials to a percentage off the entire bill, this popular event is coordinated with restaurant weeks in Chicago and surrounding areas through the spring. Valentine’s Day is typically excluded from these deals.
“We are thrilled that North Shore Restaurant Month is celebrating its 11th anniversary,” says Gina Speckman, executive director of Chicago’s North Shore Convention and Visitors Bureau. “The culinary talent and dining options on Chicago’s North Shore are unlike any other region in the country. Not only do we have gifted and award-winning chefs, but the diversity of the cuisine that is offered rivals any major city in the world.”
Among those returning to North Shore Restaurant Month 2019 are Guildhall (Glencoe), The Barn Steakhouse (Evanston), Morton’s The
Steakhouse (Northbrook), North Branch Pizza & Burger Co. (Glenview), Taco Diablo (Evan- ston), Hearth (Evanston), Roka Akor (Skokie), Saranello’s (Wheeling), and Di Pescara (North- brook).
Newcomers this year include The Boiler Shrimp & Crawfish (Skokie), Good to Go Ja- maican Cuisine (Evanston), Hometown Coffee & Juice (Glencoe), CMX CinéBistro Old Orchard (Skokie), Mozu Sushi (Glenview), Fred’s Garage (Winnetka), Farmhouse (Evan- ston), Ten Mile House (Evanston) and Makisu Sushi (Skokie).
For a complete list of participating restaurants and their special offers, or to print a dining certificate that can be used at all of them, visit northshorediningdeals.com.