Have you ever dined at any of the restaurants in the Main Street area of Lawrenceville? They're all fabulous. If you haven't had the pleasure, here's your chance.

Lawrenceville Main Street is hosting Restaurant Week this Saturday, February 26th through Saturday, March 5th. Gather your family and friends and enjoy some of the best food and ambience around.

This popular event was put on hold for the last two years due to the pandemic, but, now it's back, and excitement's in the air. You can wine and dine with special menus and special pricing all week long.

The restaurants participating are Acacia, Chambers Walk, Fedora Café, Vidalia, and Wildflour Bakery Café.

Fedora Café Courtesy of Lawrenceville Main Street
Acacia Courtesy of Lawrenceville Main Street

Make your reservations now. Click here for the specials menus. Everything looks fabulous. I'm texting my friends right now for a Girls Night Out. Maybe a date night too. I would make reservations if I were you. Get in touch with each of the restaurants separately. Click here for each restaurant's information.

Chambers Walk Courtesy of Lawrenceville Main Street
Chambers Walk Courtesy of Lawrenceville Main Street

Executive Director of Lawrenceville Main Street, Kelly Edelstein told me, "We are so excited that our restaurants are here and ready to welcome the community with open arms. The community support throughout the last 2 years has been incredible. These special menus and prices are our way of saying "Thank You" to the community who kept Main Street thriving through even the most difficult times!" Grab a friend, a good bottle of wine, and celebrate community with a great meal at a great price."

One of the participating restaurants, Vidalia, would also like to say thank you to Lawrence Township emergency responders (police and fire) by offering them a 50% discount. See below.

Don't feel like going out? Some of the restaurants are offering special take-out options. Make sure to ask.

This awesome event is sponsored by My Orthodontist, located at 3131 Princeton Pike in Lawrenceville.

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