will be emptying their pockets and filling their stomachs during the first ever Inland Empire Restaurant Week, hosted for 10 days from March 21 30.
100 restaurants are expected to open their doors to the public, with lunches priced at $10 to $20 and dinners from $20 to $40. The meals, from traditional family and ethnic foods to five star gourmet, are designed to showcase best eating the region has to offer, according to a press release.
experience people will have will be very professional, all encompassing and include all kinds of dining experiences, said Michael Krouse, president Fendi Bags Mens and CEO of the Greater Ontario Convention and Visitors Bureau that will manage the event. restaurants will have a great marketing opportunity and their food will be at a price point where people can sample their stuff that they otherwise might not be able to afford or try because their fear of the price. will drive people to the Inland Empire and Fendi Bags Wholesale