Decorah Restaurant Week Jan. 22-28

Decorah Area Chamber of Commerce, together with 18 participating restaurants, recently announced the launch for Decorah’s first-ever Restaurant Week on Monday, Jan. 22. The week-long event is a celebration of the Decorah Area eateries and a chance for residents and visitors to enjoy special dishes, unique promotions, and deals.
Decorah Restaurant Week offers a wide variety of specials, includes a range of food genres, and has something at every price point.
Several eateries are featuring specials during the week.
T-Bock’s Sports Bar and Grill, which celebrates 30 years in 2024, will feature a Teriyaki Rice Bowl. The new Family Table owners Amanda and Corey Sabin are featuring an Iowa Pork Porterhouse and Kansas City Strip Steak. Toppling Goliath, Don Jose Family Mexican Restaurant, The Landing Market, and King Pin Entertainment are all serving dishes only available this week. Old Armory BBQ is showcasing fried oysters.Twin Springs Supper Club, Rubaiyat Restaurant, and La Rana Bistro are all offering up multi-course menus at special prices – a classic approach to the Restaurant Week model. Water Street Deli, Blazing Star, and Convergence CiderWorks – Decorah’s newest food/drink establishments – are hoping to inspire folks that have not yet been in to try something new.Inspired by restaurant week events in larger metro areas as well as ones taking place in other Iowa towns, the Chamber coordinated this event to help Decorah Area restaurant businesses increase sales during a slow time of year and to further promote the community as a destination for foodies and Midwest travelers. The event puts collaboration, cross marketing, and creativity to work so that individual business can get a lift without having to bear the full burden of event management and marketing.Roumel Reynon, wwner and chef at Twin Springs Supper Club, said he is excited to see this event come to Decorah.
“I enjoyed being part of Chicago’s Restaurant Week and my wife and I have enjoyed experiencing Restaurant Week in New York City. For us, the best thing about the event is a chance to try new things or things that might be outside of the regular weekly budget but are offered at a lower price point for the event. Decorah’s Restaurant Week showcases what the town has to offer and at Twin Springs we are looking forward to seeing new customers as well as returning customers who might be motivated to try a new dish. Maybe the Lumpia, a spring roll appetizer popular in Filipino cuisine. It’s unique to us and a great way to start the party.”

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