Binghamton Restaurant Week 2014, Apr. 1-10

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Binghamton Restaurant Week 2014, Apr. 1-10

Photo courtesy of Binghamtonrestaurantweek.com

Binghamton Restaurant Week is here and there are so many places to choose from. Don’t know where to go? Fear not because Spoon has the answers you need.

Here you’ll find what our Spoon staff has to say about some of their past restaurant week experiences. We were even given an exclusive opportunity to sample some Restaurant Week menus so you should definitely take a look at them!

Binghamton Hots (Check out our exclusive review)
Lunch – $10
Um… have you seen the pictures from our review? Enough said.
“The staff at Binghamton Hots is warm and welcoming, and their comfort food could cure any rainy-day blues.” – Jason Cruz ’16, Photographer

Cafe West 46 (Check out our exclusive review)
Lunch & Dinner – $10
“What I liked about the Cafe West 46′s Restaurant Week menu is that they don’t pick and choose what they’re going to serve – the full menu is an option. I also like that they have a wide range of options because you don’t have to worry about not finding something.” – Elyse Belarge ’16, Writer

Lost Dog Cafe
Lunch – $10; Dinner – $20
Come see what all the buzz is all about if you haven’t been here yet!
“I really like the atmosphere and decor. It’s colorful, artsy, and hip.”- Marci Green ’15, Photo director

River Bistro (review coming soon!)
Lunch – $12; Dinner – $25

Remlik’s (Check out our exclusive review)
Lunch – $12; Dinner – $25
If you’re looking to try a place with an elegant and romantic ambiance, this is the place to go.
“I would recommend the sesame encrusted ahi tuna, it’s a must-have from their dinner menu”. - Evelyn Chai ’15, Editor-in-Chief

Sake-Tumi (Check out our exclusive review)
Lunch – $10; Dinner – $20
Satisfy your sushi cravings here before you head to the bars!

South Side Yanni’s
Lunch – $10; Dinner – $20
This place might be hard to get to if you don’t have a car, but it’s worth the trip!
“The staff was friendly and accommodating. From basic items such as salads to more specialty items such as gyros, it was definitely a good dining experience.”- Ellie Bernstein ’17, Marketing team member

And if none of these places satisfy your craving, you can always go for some authentic Chinese food at Moon Star. Moon Star is giving a 10% discount to students from April 1-10 if you show your BU ID! Read up on our review here.

Yanni's | Photo by Nguyen Le

South Side Yanni’s | Photo by Nguyen Le

A special thanks to Binghamton Hots, Cafe West 46, River Bistro, Remlik’s, Moon Star and Sake-Tumi for providing us a Restaurant Week tasting of their menu.

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