Knoxville Restaurant Week 2014 – Dine Out For A Great Cause

urlKnoxville Restaurant Week 2014 starts Sunday, March 2nd and runs through Friday, March 7th. Knoxville Restaurant Week gives residents a great opportunity to dine out at a reduced price for a great cause.

Knoxville Restaurant Week helps raise money for Second Harvest Food Bank, with $5 from every meal donated to the organization. Many local restaurants participate in Restaurant Week, making it a great opportunity for residents to try out new place to eat or visit an old favorite.

Second Harvest Food Bank helps feed over 158,000 hungry people each month in their 18 county area. Second Harvest Food Bank is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to feeding the hungry through church pantries, group homes, shelters, and local kitchens. It also helps serve KARM,Loves Kitchen and the Salvation Army.

There many local restaurants participating in Knoxville Restaurant Week 2014. Each restaurant will serve a specific menu that ranges between $25 and $35. Each meal includes a soup or salad, a main course, and a dessert. Customers get to enjoy a great three course meal at a much lower price, while $5 from each meal goes to benefit the Second Harvest Food Bank.

Here are a few sample menus from for Knoxville Restaurant Week 2014:

Latitude 35

Starter – Crab stuff shrimp with strawberry salsa
Entree – Ribeye with stewed morels and salsa verde
Dessert – Tequila sunrise creme brulee
Price: $35

The Melting Pot

Starter – Your choice of cheese fondue served with bread, veggies, and apples
Salad – Your choice of salad
Main Course – Citrus infused pork tenderloin, chicken breast, shrimp served with fresh veggies
Price: $25

Naples

Starter – Pecan crusted brie, blue crab bisque, or gnochi pomodoro
Entree (choose on of the following)
(1) Australian sea bass
(2) Apple smoked pork tender loin
(3) Lobster Crepes
Dessert – Red velvet tiramisu, or lemon ricotta cheese cake
Price: $35

These are just a few of the restaurants participating in Knoxville’s Restaurant Week 2014, be sure to check out the full list of menus here.

What restaurants do you plan on trying for Knoxville Restaurant Week 2014?