Restaurant week will begin on March 20 in the Triad | To eat

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Dozens of Triad restaurants will offer special dishes at fixed prices starting March 20, such as Eat. To drink. Restaurant week begins.

Eat. To drink. Restaurant Week is an event produced by the Winston-Salem Journal, Greensboro News & Record and Eat. To drink. Triad to highlight local restaurants.

About 30 restaurants participate in three categories: fine dining, casual fast food and fast food. Between March 20 and April 3, restaurants will offer special dishes at the same price for each category: $25 for fine dining, $15 for casual fast food and $10 for fast food. Customers visiting the restaurants are encouraged to try the featured dishes and vote for their favorites.

Restaurant displays will have QR codes to allow people to vote. Prizes will be given to the winners of each category after the end of the restaurant week.

Participating restaurants are located not only in Winston-Salem, Greensboro and High Point, but also in Lexington, Kernersville, Clemmons, Asheboro and Denton.

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Featured dishes include crab cake and a bowl of Gouda grits from Midtown Café and Dessertery in Winston-Salem, Napoletano ragu from Mediterraneo Pizza and Grill in Clemmons, burrito bites from Blue Agave Mexican Bar & Grill in Greensboro , and Ukrainian- and grass-inspired surf with fried oysters and ground beef from Sophie’s Cork & Ale in Lexington.

For a full list of participating restaurants, including photos and descriptions of featured dishes, visit journalnow.com/exclusive/restaurantweek.

People can also get updates on social media: @eatdrinkrestaurant week on Facebook and @eatdrinktriadrestaurantweek on Instagram.

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