Salisbury Chamber gears up for Restaurant Week

The Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce announces one week of great discounts at local restaurants during Salisbury Restaurant Week. The fourth annual event runs from April 29 to May 5.

Restaurant Week showcases local Chamber-member restaurants offering unique menu items at a special price.

This year’s restaurants include Abbott’s on Broad Creek, Adam’s Taphouse Grill, Brew River, Chuar, Evo Craft Brewing Public House, Fratelli’s, Market Street Inn, SoBo’s Wine Bistro, Subrunners, Specific Gravity, and the Wicomico Yacht Club. Four new restaurants participating this year include Island Creamery, Kellyn’s Café, Tropical Smoothie Café and The Ugly Pie.

The weeklong event will “Kick-Off” at Roadie Joe’s Bar and Grill on the Downtown Plaza. The party takes place from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 25, and includes a Happy Hour, announcements from participating restaurants and the opportunity to pick up your Restaurant Week passport.

Passports can also be obtained at participating restaurants and the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce, 144 East Main St., Salisbury.

Patrons are encouraged to visit three or more participating restaurants during the week with their passport in hand.  At each visit, your server will sign your passport. Passports with three or more signatures can enter a random drawing for a collection of gift cards from participating restaurants. Passports must be dropped off at the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce by May 6 to be included in the drawing.  

For more information and Restaurant Week updates, visit the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce website, salisburyarea.com or follow Restaurant Week on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For specific Restaurant Week questions, contact Kara Hart, PR Assistant, or Lauren Barnas, Director of Events at the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce, 410-749-0144.

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