CHECK IN. EAT. REPEAT.
The 2016 Flagler Restaurant Week
was a great success and kicked off Thursday September 8 with a nearly three week long celebration of Flagler County’s culinary scene.
From fine dining to beach burgers and everything in between, participating Flagler Restaurant Week
restaurants featured special and discounted menu items from September 8 to 29. During this time, diners were encouraged to explore some of the county’s newest restaurants, revisit their old favorites, and try something new in a quest to become the ultimate #FlaglerFoodie
. Restaurant Week is, after all, a reminder that Flagler County is a destination that offers diverse dining experiences, beautiful scenery and plenty of reason to celebrate all things gastronomic.
The Chamber introduced Flagler Restaurant Week four years ago to support local restaurants and the economy by encouraging the public to dine out and enjoy our community’s culinary diversity. In an effort to go-green and as part of this “Eat Local” effort, diners will have the opportunity to check in at restaurants and record their adventures via the Flagler Radio App
. Diners downloaded the app on their smartphone and checked into restaurants to be entered into a drawing for a culinary gift basket and the chance to be crowned the 2016 Flagler Foodie.
Dine at one or dine at all… The goal is to drive business during what is usually a slow time of the year for these hardworking restaurateurs. Prizes were given to guests who post photos from these restaurants on Facebook with the hashtag #FlaglerFoodie
. Restaurant goers can find the list of participating restaurants and vote for their favorite in different categories at FlaglerRestaurantWeek.com
The winning restaurants received hand painted plates to display in their establishment and bragging rights for the year!
For more information on being a participating restaurant or a sponsor, contact Tiffany Edwards
. Be sure to like Flagler Restaurant Week on Facebook