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Central Falls Restaurant Week Starts Today

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

 

Stanley's is just one of the restaurants featured in Central Falls restaurant week.

The city of Central Falls invites visitors to tour the world within the 1.2 square mile city for Restaurant Week from Monday, August 11, through Friday, August 15. Those who come in with a Central Falls Restaurant Week Passport can take advantage of a plethora of special offers from Cape Verde, the Dominican Republic, Colombia, Guatemala, Portugal and other countries.

Passports can be picked up at the Central Falls City Hall or at Navigant Credit Union, both of which are sponsoring the week. These can be stamped by servers at restaurants.

For more information, call Theresa Agonia at 401-727-7474 or via e-mail at [email protected]. You can also check online here.

The specials for the week are as follows:

Monday Specials in America:
Georgia’s Restaurant (Breakfast and lunch)
Sparky’s Restaurant
Village Pizza
Stanley’s

Tuesday Specials in Central America:
El Salvadoreño Restaurant
Taco Mix
Montecristo Restaurant
3 Amigos

Wednesday Specials in Venezuela:
Budare Grille

Thursday Specials in Portugal and Cape Verde:
Café Restaurant Beirão
Tropical Restaurant, Bar and Grill

Friday Specials in Colombia:
El Antojo
La Casona Restaurant
Lleras Grille
El Paisa Restaurant and Bar

 

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