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article imageIt’s ‘Restaurant Week’ in Fayetteville, Arkansas Special

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By Kay Mathews     Feb 19, 2011 in Food
Fayetteville - Residents of and visitors to Northwest Arkansas are invited to dine in Fayetteville as part of "Restaurant Week," which continues through the 27th, and enter to win a Nook Ebook Reader.
"Restaurant Week" in underway in Fayetteville, Ark. This semi-annual event, hosted by the Fayetteville Visitors Bureau, runs Feb. 17 - 27. The 10-day event was created to promote, celebrate and encourage people to dine at Fayetteville’s restaurants.
There are more than 300 restaurants to serve over 68,000 residents of Fayetteville. The Fayetteville Visitors Bureau hopes that residents of Fayetteville and surrounding areas will reacquaint themselves with favorite restaurants and discover new ones during the event.
Fayetteville has wide range of locally owned and operated restaurants and chain establishments that serve an eclectic mix of food from sandwiches to seafood, Mexican to Thai, BBQ, deep-dish style pizza, gyros, sushi, chicken, and much more.
The banner over historic Dickson Street in downtown Fayetteville is a reminder to all that “Restaurant Week” is going on. A number of restaurants on or near Dickson Street and across the city are participating in the event by providing specials during the week.
Banner over Dickson Street welcoming everyone to Restaurant Week.  Fayetteville  Ark.  Feb. 18  2011
Banner over Dickson Street welcoming everyone to Restaurant Week. Fayetteville, Ark. Feb. 18, 2011
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Hog Haus Brewing Co. on Dickson Street is the “only microbrewery in NWA.”  Fayetteville  Ark.  F...
Hog Haus Brewing Co. on Dickson Street is the “only microbrewery in NWA.” Fayetteville, Ark. Feb. 18, 2011
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Emelia s Mediterranean restaurant on Dickson Street.  Fayetteville  Ark. Feb. 18  2011
Emelia's Mediterranean restaurant on Dickson Street. Fayetteville, Ark. Feb. 18, 2011
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Wanting to do my part, I decided it was time to reacquaint myself with one of my favorite restaurants in Fayetteville. So, for an early dinner, I went to Jose's "a Fayetteville tradition" since 1980. As I often do, I made a meal out of appetizers and this time it was tamales, which Jose's reminds customers were "voted 'best tamales in N.W. Arkansas.'" And they were, as promised, "served steaming hot."
Jose s Restaurant on Dickson Street.  Fayetteville  Ark.  Feb. 18  2011
Jose's Restaurant on Dickson Street. Fayetteville, Ark. Feb. 18, 2011
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The server reminded me that as part of "Restaurant Week," customers are invited to enter their names and email addresses for a chance to to win one of 5 Barnes and Noble Nook Ebook Readers.
Entering for a chance to win one of 5 Barnes and Noble Nook Ebook Readers.  Jose s Restaurant on Dic...
Entering for a chance to win one of 5 Barnes and Noble Nook Ebook Readers. Jose's Restaurant on Dickson Street. Fayetteville, Ark. Feb. 18, 2011
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To end the day on an event sweeter note, I went to Village Inn on College Avenue to have a piece of my favorite pie: French Silk.
French Silk pies at Village Inn on College Avenue.  Fayetteville  Ark.  Feb. 18  2011
French Silk pies at Village Inn on College Avenue. Fayetteville, Ark. Feb. 18, 2011
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"Restaurant Week" in Fayetteville continues through Feb. 27, and each time you eat at a restaurant you can enter to win a Nook Ebook Reader.
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