In 2019, the Greensburg Community Development Corporation (also known as Think Greensburg) launched the inaugural Greensburg Restaurant Week. Due to its tremendous success, it has become a yearly event, taking place twice per year. Greensburg Restaurant Week is week-long celebration of Greensburg’s diverse restaurant scene, created to highlight the numerous dining options within the community, promote and grow local small business, boost business during the slower times of the year, encourage people to try new restaurants, create repeat customers, and bring the Greensburg community together.
The concept behind Greensburg Restaurant Week is quite simple – local restaurants promote a week of lunch and/or dinner specials offering reduced prices for a fixed price or, prix fixe, menu. Participating restaurants will offer reduced or fixed price menus that may include meals with multiple courses (and sometimes even a cocktail!) for no more than $35 (plus tax and gratuity). These specials range from a casual breakfast or lunch to a fine dining dinner experience. Some participating restaurants are offering dinner specials for two or even family meal deals under $35 per person. Greensburg has an impressive variety of locally-owned restaurants and cafes, and Greensburg Restaurant Week allows these establishments to showcase their cuisine and gives patrons an opportunity to try new restaurants they may never have been to before. To learn more about this year’s Greensburg Restaurant Week, visit the event website at https://www.greensburgrestaurantweek.com/.