City of Pittsfield announces 2019 restaurant week

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Downtown Pittsfield, Inc. (DPI) and the DPI Foot Traffic Committee have announced Downtown Pittsfield Restaurant Week: an 8-day promotion running April 13-20, 2019. 23 downtown restaurants are participating with specials, discounts, and pre-fixed menus with deals available during breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

The goal of Downtown Pittsfield Restaurant Week is to highlight the numerous and diverse dining options of downtown Pittsfield and to help boost business during what is typically a slower time of the year for restaurants. DPI encourages you to support your downtown favorites or try somewhere new!

Highlights of Restaurant Week include: 
Dottie’s Coffee Lounge, 444 North Street, will offer any 2 lunch items, 2 coffee beverages, and 2 baked goods for $25.

Eat on North, 297 North Street, will offer a $20.19 tasting menu that will feature smaller portions of their most popular dinner options. There will also be $4.13 cans of Big Elm Beers for the week.

Highland Restaurant, 100 Fenn Street, will offer a free slice of pie with an entree purchase during lunch and dinner.

J. Allen’s Clubhouse Grille, 41 North Street, will offer Dinner for Two – an appetizer, 2 entrees from a select menu, and a dessert for $25 (this excludes tax & gratuity). Dine in only.

Leenie’s Paninis and More, 75 North Street, will offer 2 entrees for $12 during breakfast or lunch.

Mission Restaurant, 438 North Street, will offer a 3-course prix fixe menu at $40 per person and will feature live music Monday, Thursday and Saturday nights.

Downtown Pittsfield Restaurant Week is sponsored by Qualprint and The Berkshire Eagle. For a full list of Restaurant Week deals and promotions, visit Please confirm with restaurants for hours of operation.

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