Downtown Dining Week offers incentives for locals to eat out
If you want a night out without breaking the bank, the Anchorage Downtown Partnership (ADP) has a deal for you.
Twenty-six restaurants are participating in Downtown Dining Week. Until April 17, each is offering fixed-price meals. There are $10 and $15 specials for lunch and $30 dinner deals.
At Muse, the restaurant inside the Anchorage Museum, the meal begins with their house salad. Diners can then chose a main course from three options, which includes their popular citrus-glazed salmon.
“Delicious,” said Gordon Schmidt, who joined his wife Reta for lunch at Muse Sunday afternoon. “The salmon is cooked just how we like it. So tasty.”
ADP says Dining Week is a way for locals to help boost business before the busy summer tourist season. Muse’s interim manager says she hopes locals will continue to come back after the deals end.
“They can come back and visit with us again, and they can have the same exact meal. It may just be a little bit of a different price,” said Sherry Pender.
All the restaurants are listed online, along with their special menus.
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