Brookfield restaurants serving three-course meals at discount during Dine in Brookfield
Hoping to draw hungry customers near and far into more than 20 restaurants next week, Visit Brookfield presents Dine in Brookfield, featuring myriad discounted, from Nov. 3 to 8.
"Our goal is to drive traffic into our restaurants," Tammi Washington, marketing manager for Visit Brookfield, said. "We want to pull in outside visitors and also allow our local residents to try something new."
About 22 restaurants are offering three courses — or three food items, in some cases — at a discounted price determined by the eatery. The locales range from casual to fine dining.
On the least expensive end, Charley's Grilled Subs is serving up a small sandwich with french fries and a drink for $6. On the high end of the spectrum is Fleming's Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar, offering salad, filet mignon on mashed potatoes and creme brulee all for $35.95.
Washington said the organization has sponsored similar events twice before, but at those times required restaurants to all set the same price. She said the new approach has allowed a greater diversity of venues to participate.
"For people who have been thinking about visiting Brookfield, or trying a certain restaurant, this is the chance," Washington said.
The event is free for restaurants to participate in, as all marketing is handled by Visit Brookfield.
On the menu
■ For a list of participating restaurants and the deals being offered, visit DineInBrookfield.com.
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