Feb. 18 to Feb. 26: Kenosha Restaurant Week

To try out all of the best local bites, take advantage of Kenosha Restaurant Week, an eight-day celebration of Kenosha’s delectable dining scene spanning Feb. 18 to Feb. 26. 

One of the best ways to find your new favorite restaurant or return to a beloved spot to mix it up and try something different from a familiar menu, Kenosha Restaurant Week is an experience that every foodie can appreciate. It’s also a great way to support locally owned, small businesses. There’s no better way to show your gratitude for all of Kenosha’s most cherished cafes, pubs and restaurants that keep the community alive and thriving. 

With more than 50 participating restaurants, this year’s Kenosha Restaurant Week will be nothing short of delicious. To scope out the scene beforehand, be sure to use the Kenosha Restaurant Week Menu Guide to find out more about which restaurants will be hosting breakfast, lunch or dinner throughout the week. Here, you’ll also be able to find out what all of your favorite spots will be serving, as well as their specials. From family-style meals and dine-in specials to carry-out packages, guests can get a little taste of everything.

Kenosha Restaurant Week

If you’re looking to go out for brunch, visit The Apis Hotel & Restaurant for mimosas, Bloody Marys and tap beers alongside your choice of cinnamon French toast, carnitas skillets or an Apis benedict. Or, if a quick lunch while shopping around downtown is more your speed, look no further than The Brat Stop for a famous brat. With fun flavors like Cajun, garlic and cheddar-jalapeno, this is the spot to experience a Wisconsin brat like no other. No matter what you’re in the mood for, the Kenosha Restaurant Week Menu Guide is an amazing tool to find everything you’re craving. 

Plus, with spectacular local sponsors like The Sharing Center, The Kenosha County Food Bank and Shalom Center, there’s no better place to do some good in the community while also tasting some good eats.

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