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Restaurant Week Toledo 2014

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Restaurant Week Toledo is kicking off and you can preview some of the featured players on WTOL 11 in the mornings. Click here to watch video. 

10% of your selected meal cost will be donated to youth programs of Leadership Toledo, which organizes the event. 

You can choose from Toledo's locally owned restaurants and get a $10, $20, or $30 meal per person, depending on where you go. 

Restaurants have created special menus just for Restaurant Week. 

Find a restaurant you've been dying to try *here* or just look at the list and plan to hit an old favorite. 

When you visit, simply tell the server that you'd like to order from the RWT menu. 

Restaurant Week goes from Feb 24 to March 2. 

 

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