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Yum! Cranberry Area Eateries Participating in Pittsburgh Restaurant Week

Restaurant Week gives foodies a change to experience diverse menus from around the 'burgh, including from these local cafes.

Get your forks and knives—and your stomach—ready.

Pittsburgh Restaurant Week 2013 is underway and there are several Cranberry area eateries taking part in it.

River City Grill, located inside Cranberry's Pittsburgh Marriott North hotel on Route 228, is offering a $35 three-course fixed price meal.

Tamari's Warrendale location will offer a $20.13 fixed price meal featuring the Asian-Latin fusion restaurant's Angry Lobster specialty maki and a tempura lobster with spicy scallops and fried leeks.

Also offering a fixed $20.13 menu is Burgh'ers in Harmony. The restaurant will feature a shared appetizer and burgers for two, including your choice of fries or a salad. Burgh'ers also will feature Restaurant Week cocktails at a special low price.

Restaurant Week runs through Jan. 20. It's "a great opportunity to experience the diverse restaurants available in Pittsburgh.

Some restaurants offer pre-fixed menus as their restaurant week special, others offer a flat discount," according to the official website.

Click here for a full list of restaurants and their dining deals.

Have you or will you take part in Pittsburgh Restaurant Week? Why or why not? Tell us in the comments.

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Art Wegweiser January 17, 2013 at 05:40 PM
Why do so many restaurants automatically include soup an/or salad with an entree.? Some times I want neither. Have it as an option and reduce the price a bit. Alison Park, PA
Art Wegweiser January 17, 2013 at 05:41 PM
Why do so many restaurants automatically include soup an/or salad with an entree.? Some times I want neither. Have it as an option and reduce the price a bit. Alison Park, PA

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