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Berlin Restaurant Week runs through Sunday

By Greg Ellison

Jan. 13, 2022) Berlin’s sixth annual Restaurant Week continues through Sunday, with numerous local dining establishments offering special fare with special pricing.

Economic & Community Development Director Ivy Wells said public response has been overwhelming since the promotion began on Monday.

“The community has been excited,” she said.

Participating establishments include Pop’s Kitchen, Blacksmith Berlin, Baked Dessert Café, Rayne’s Reef Soda Fountain & Grill, Gilbert’s Provisions, Main Street Deli, Boxcar on Main, Burn Wood Fire Pizza, On What Grounds and the Globe Gastro Theatre.

Wells said two new establishments, the Rusty Anchor Seafood Market and the Sterling Tavern would also join the list this year.

Restaurant Week “passports,” which patrons use to collect stamps from participating eateries they sample, have proven tough to keep in stock.

“The passports are flying out the door,” she said.

Wells said Restaurant Week founder Cam Bunting refreshed the supply of passports yesterday.

Passports, which double as raffle tickets, can be obtained at the Welcome Center at 14 S. Main St.

Completed passports can be turned in at a drop-box in the Welcome Center foyer accessible 24 hours.

Wells spent last weekend posting the special menu offerings available during the event.

In addition to finding menus online, patrons can also view the list by visiting the Welcome Center.

“If people want to see what all the menus are, we have them in the Welcome Center window,” she said. “They can come by … and look at all the menus for the participating restaurants.”

Completed passports will be selected after the event for a raffle drawing including gift cards and cash.

“Make sure to bring your card and go to three different restaurants,” she said. “Happy dining.”