11th annual Restaurant Week begins Friday in Des Moines. Here's all you need to know

Brian Taylor Carlson | Des Moines Register | 5:38 pm CDT August 13, 2018
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For the 11th year, Des Moines food aficionados are getting ready for ten days filled with fun food at affordable prices.

Restaurant Week is once again upon us. From Aug. 17-26, you can dine at a wide assortment of metro restaurants. And each participating restaurant will offer specialties created just for this dining event.

Gnocchi entree at Eatery A in Des Moines.
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Chefs at participating eateries across Des Moines have created special fixed-price menus showcasing upscale cuisine.

Choose between two lunches or one three-course dinner for $28. 

Clockwise from left: escargot in potato shells, the cheese plate, and the hummus trio from RoCA.
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Participating restaurants:

This annual festival of food is presented by dsm Magazine in partnership with the Greater Des Moines Convention and Visitors Bureau.

The Avocado Toast from St. Kilda features charred corn, feta and pickled red onion for tang, cucumber for freshness, and a tomato salsa tied it together with subtle heat. The Avocado Toast from St. Kilda in Des Moines Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017.
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For more information and to take a sneak peek at Restaurant Week menus, go to desmoinesrestaurantweek.com.

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