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318 Lower Mainland restaurants will offer prix fixe menus at four affordable price points
Jan 10, 2020 - EightSix Staff
Between January 17 and February 2, Canada's largest food and drink festival, Dine Out Vancouver, returns for its 18th year with a massive 318 restaurants participating in the fun.
From Vancouver to the North Shore to Richmond to Surrey to Maple Ridge, participating restaurants will feature menus at $15, $25, $35, and $45 price points to tickle your tastebuds and showcase what they can offer year round. Many restaurants will also offer prix fixe lunch menus.
Since 2002, when just 57 restaurants participated, Tourism Vancouver's Dine Out festival has provided diners with the opportunity to try restaurants that they may not have had the chance to, all while giving the hospitality industry a much-needed boost during the slowest time of the year.
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