Restaurant Week in May

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From Elaine’s Asian Bistro

The Great Neck Plaza Business Improvement District (BID) and the Village of Great Neck Plaza announce Restaurant Week, Spring 2015 Edition, from Sunday May 3, to Sunday, May 10.

This season’s Restaurant Week will feature over 15 of the village’s finest restaurants including ERA Asian Cuisine, Colbeh, Bareburger, Ethos Authentic Greek Cuisine, LOLA, Mykonos Greek Cuisine, Elaine’s Asian Bistro, Sake 68 & Sushi, Great Neck Diner, Laverne’s of Great Neck, Brasserie Americana and Daruma of Toyko. All participating restaurants will offer a variety of prix fixe dinners for $27.95, making for an affordable and expansive culinary week of dining out for Long Islanders.

“Restaurant Week is a great opportunity to experience the wonderful food we have in the Plaza at affordable prices,” said Ron Edelson, executive director of the BID. “Guests can choose from a variety of restaurants and try a different kind of cuisine each night of the week including Asian, Italian, American, Greek and Mediterranean.

The friendly atmosphere of Great Neck Plaza is the perfect setting to enjoy the best of North Shore dining. All restaurants participating in Restaurant Week are within walking distance of the LIRR’s Great Neck train station and parking is available on-street, in municipal parking fields and in garages.

For more information on Great Neck Plaza’s Spring 2015 Restaurant Week, including participating restaurants and menus, visit www.shopgreatneck.com.

The Great Neck Plaza Business Improvement District’s (BID) mission is to foster and promote a positive and vital business community through various initiatives including consumer awareness programs, media/advertising campaigns and sponsorship of many events. Log onto www.shopgreatneck.com, www.facebook.com/greatneckplaza, or call 516-829-1301 to learn more about the Great Neck Plaza BID.RestaurantWeek_041515A (1)

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