Triangle Restaurant Week’s summer event starts Monday and goes through June 9.
More than 85 restaurants in Raleigh, Cary, Durham and Chapel Hill will be offering three-course lunches for $15 and three-course dinners for $20 or $30. For example, at Battistella’s in Raleigh, a diner can spend $30 for a three-course meal off a limited menu that includes these entree choices: braised short ribs with red creamer potatoes, garlic-braised Vidalia onions and a red wine jus or shrimp and goat cheese grits with andouille sausage.
Among the Raleigh restaurants participating for the first time are Bruno, Taste, Vivo and Black Cat.
For a complete list of the participating restaurants and their special menus, go to trirestaurantweek.com.