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by Jessica Waytenick • February 1, 2018

Quad Cities – Lunch, dinner, casual or elegant dining, the choice is yours during the Quad Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau’s sixth annual Quad Cities Restaurant Week on February 26-March 4, 2018.

Visit www.qcrestaurantweek.com, and discover 30 Quad Cities’ area eateries and their specials for lunch and dinner.  Participating restaurants are offering $7-$10 lunches and $15-$30 multi-course dinners.

Local chefs have created their menus to showcase their talent and cuisine.  There are no passes to buy, coupons to carry or cards to punch.  Simply pick from the restaurants and their specials featured on the website and enjoy.  Reservations are recommended for establishments that take them.  Please mention Restaurant Week when making your reservation.

The www.qcrestaurantweek.com website is mobile-friend, easily sortable, and all of the restaurant locations are displayed on a map.  For more information by phone, call the Quad Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau at 309-277-0937.

“Last year the website had over 108,000 pageviews,” says Jessica Waytenick, Quad Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau Public Relations & Marketing Manager.  “Quad Cities Restaurant Week is a great opportunity to rediscover a long-time favorite or experience one of the area’s new eateries.”

Sponsors of Quad Cities Restaurant Week include: Iowa Pork Producers Association, TapOnIt, WQAD, Tri City Equipment, and Moline Centre.

The QCCVB is the official tourism destination marketing and management organization for the Quad Cities region.  The organization serves the tourism interests of Scott County in Iowa and Rock Island, Mercer, Warren and Henderson Counties in Illinois.  www.visitquadcities.com

 

The Quad Cities is located on the Mississippi River and is made up of the riverfront cities of Davenport and Bettendorf in Iowa, and Moline, East Moline and Rock Island in Illinois.  The area is just a 2-½ hour drive from Des Moines, Iowa, and Chicago, Illinois.  It is easily accessible via I-80, I-74, I-88 and several major state highways.

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Media Contact: Jessica Waytenick, Quad Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau, 309-736-6827 or jwaytenick@visitquadcities.com

Photos & Media Trips: For High-res photos or for information about media tours, please contact Jessica Waytenick at the Quad Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau at 800-747-7800 Ext. 827 or jwaytenick@visitquadcities.com

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