Cobb County, Ga. – (August 19, 2019) – The 11th annual Cobb Restaurant Week returns September 14 through September 21. Cobb Restaurant Week is the best time to score sweet deals at restaurants around Cobb County. Throughout the week, participating restaurants will offer pre-selected, three-course menus for $15, $25, or $35 per person, plus tip and tax.
Cobb Restaurant Week is a great opportunity to support the local dining community by exploring the newest restaurants and hitting up old favorites for brunch, lunch or dinner. There are no passes to buy, coupons to carry, or cards to punch. Reservations are not required but highly encouraged.
Cobb Travel & Tourism will also be hosting a social media contest for the ‘Sweetest Foodie Photo,’ with $150 in gift cards to participating restaurants as the prize. Guests can enter to win during Cobb Restaurant Week by uploading a photo of something they ate at a participating restaurant, tagging the restaurant in their location, and using the hashtags #CobbRW2019 and #CobbFoodie in the caption. The more someone dines and shares, the more chances they have to win.
“Cobb Travel & Tourism’s partnerships with the dining community have grown each year during Cobb Restaurant Week. For the past 11 years, we have placed the spotlight on the exploding dining scene in Cobb County,” said Holly Quinlan, president & CEO of Cobb Travel & Tourism. “This foodie event brings establishments together, offers visitors and residents an opportunity to try different culinary styles, and allows restaurants to gain life-long customers.”
Participating restaurants for this year’s Cobb Restaurant Week include:
- Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar – Smyrna
- Camps Kitchen and Bar
- Cinco Mexican Cantina
- Douceur de France
- Drift Fish House & Oyster Bar
- Henry’s Louisiana Grill
- Maggiano’s Little Italy – Cumberland Mall
- Old Vinings Inn
- Seed Kitchen & Bar
- South City Kitchen Vinings
- Stockyard Burgers and Bones
- Ted’s Montana Grill – Cumberland
- The Melting Pot – Kennesaw
- Tilted Kilt
A sweet thank you to The Avenue East Cobb, The Avenue West Cobb, Clear Channel Outdoor, Marietta Daily Journal, Gas South and OpenTable for making Cobb Restaurant Week possible.
Keep up with all things Cobb Restaurant Week by visiting www.cobbrestaurantweek.com and following Cobb Travel & Tourism on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Foodies rejoice!
Cobb Travel & Tourism is a 501(c)6 nonprofit organization, working to bring visitors to Cobb County. Cobb Travel & Tourism is the only organization positioned to market Cobb County and all of its assets as a 365-day destination. As the leading industry in Cobb County, tourism has significant economic impact. Tourism represents a $3.14 billion economic impact and supports more than 39,000 jobs. Tourism in Cobb County created $82.74 million in state tax revenues and generated $48.40 million for Cobb and its cities in tax revenues. Each Cobb household would need to be taxed an additional $478 per year to replace taxes generated by tourism activity.