SNEAK PEEK: Get a taste of what’s to come during Summer Restaurant Week 

Restaurant week is a marathon, not a sprint. 

With more than 45 restaurants participating in the Summer Restaurant Week promotion, which runs July 21-28, there isn't enough time in the week to come close to sampling all of the specialty menus being rolled out. The key to making the most of it is to formulate a strong plan.

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One of the easiest ways to do that is to attend the Sneak Peek to Summer Restaurant Week. The event will feature dishes from 14 restaurants.

Tickets are $20.19 in advance for the July 17 event and can be purchased online.

Not only will guests be the first to sample the Summer Restaurant Week menus from more than a dozen restaurants, but it will help expedite a game plan for the week ahead. 

Roost is one of the participants in the “sneak peek” event for the Miami Valley Restaurant Association’s Summer Restaurant Week. CONTRIBUTED
Photo: Contributing Writer

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Restaurants include:

• Amber Rose: BBQ ribs 

• Basil's on Main: Brandy scampi pasta w/ grilled chimichurri chicken

• Calypso Grill: Tamarind glazed pork belly and smoked corn tomato salad 

• Carillon Brewing Co: Braised short ribs with homemade Spetzel 

• Coco's Bistro: TBA 

• Dewberry 1850: Peppered steak lettuce wrap with fresh green bean kraut 

ele Bistro and Wine Bar: Esquites, Mexican street corn off the cob 

El Meson: Salmorejo - Andalucian Spanish Gazpacho served chilled and garnished with Jamon Serrano and diced hard boiled eggs 

Figlio: Chicken Marsala in a mushroom cream sauce with sautéed chicken, sundried tomatoes, and scallions 

Roost Modern Italian: Butter poached beef tips with brussel slaw and ginger Teriyaki sauce 

• Salar Restaurant and Lounge: Shoyu and cilantro marinated grilled chicken skewers, green onion, and Aji Amarillo Salsa, corn and jasmine rice 

• Sushi Hana: This newcomer to Restaurant Week will be serving up authentic Korean cuisine in the form of Boolgoki beef or spicy chicken and fried rice 

• Table 33: Pork adobe with rice

Watermark: Cinnamon sugar pastries with cream cheese filling

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A sneak peek event for the Miami Valley Restaurant Association’s Summer Restaurant Week promotion was held at the Steam Plant last July. The Sneak Peek to Winter Restaurant Week is scheduled for Jan. 16 at the Steam Plant. CONTRIBUTED/ALEXIS LARSEN
Photo: Contributing Writer

"We chose this week in the summer, because the summer months are typically a little slower especially during their off-peak times due to family vacations and summer break. This a way to get diners out supporting our restaurants in the community. I have a handful of patrons call me each year months in advance that plan their vacations around summer restaurant week," said Amy Zahora, executive director of the Miami Valley Restaurant Association (MVRA). "It’s a wonderful deal and the customer may try a different restaurant that they would have never tried before." 

HOW TO GO

What: Sneak Peek to Summer Restaurant Week

When: July 17, 2019 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Where: The Steam Plant, 617 E. Third St., Dayton

Cost: $20.19 per ticket. OR VIP tickets with early arrival at 530 p.m. and 2 drinks $30.19. Drinks can be purchased at the event — $3 for beer, $4 for wine and Buckeye Vodka cocktails. Sneak Peek tickets can be purchased here.

More info: (937) 461-MVRA or www.dineoutdayton.com

HOW TO GO
 What: Summer Restaurant Week
 When: July 21-28
 Where: Various locations
 Cost: Meals range in price from $20.19 to $30.19
 More info: (937) 461-MVRA or www.dineoutdayton.com

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