The Arizona Restaurant Association continues its fourteenth year of culinary discovery with its 2021 Fall Arizona Restaurant Week (ARW) Dine in or Take out, taking place at restaurants around the state from Friday, September 17 through Sunday, September 26.
For this 10-day dining extravaganza, participating restaurants are offering even more opportunity this year with an additional price option. Now three-course prix fixe menus have three price alternatives for $33, $44 or $55 per person. The added $55 price point gives restaurants greater range to provide their guests with an even more elevated dining experience and accounts for rising prices across the industry.
These dedicated ARW menus highlight the culinary talents of chefs around the state while giving dining enthusiasts a great deal. In addition to the three-course prix fixe menu, many restaurants offer wine pairing selections to enhance each course for an additional cost.
“It’s no secret that the restaurant industry – and the people who keep it running every day – have suffered greatly as a result of the pandemic,” says Arizona Restaurant Association president and CEO Steve Chucri. “Arizona Restaurant Week is an opportunity for residents and visitors to help this industry that has a dynamic impact on our economy as a whole. We appreciate the support of diners that continue to dine in or take out not only because they enjoy it but because they want to be part of rebuilding our vibrant culinary community. The new price option this year will allow restaurants to raise the bar on their offerings for guests.”
This year’s fall ARW lineup already has more than 60 participants. Diners can visit arizonarestaurantweek.com for a complete list of Fall Arizona Restaurant Week participants and their menus.
As new restaurants are added, the website will continue to be updated to provide a comprehensive list of choices.
About Arizona Restaurant Week
The “most edible time of the year,” Arizona Restaurant Week sends diners on a ten-day tasting tour of the state. Participating restaurants are not only known for their exceptional cuisine, they also spare no expense to give diners an extraordinary culinary experience. One of Arizona Restaurant Week’s goals is to position Arizona as one of the top culinary destinations in the nation by increasing awareness of the more than 8,500 dining opportunities available as well as stimulate business and revenue for restaurants throughout the state. Arizona Restaurant Week is produced by the Arizona Restaurant Association.