By Logan Wenger at WSAU
Downtown Wausau Dining Week is set to begin on Monday, April 16th.
Blake Opal-Wahoske, Executive Director of the Wausau River District, explains what exactly will be going on during the event.
"Downtown Wausau Dining week is Wausau's favorite feast featuring three fixed course prices at a set price at ten of our downtown eateries," he said.
Opal-Wahoske also says this event has a great economic impact on the downtown area.
"By exposing people to new businesses, I think that benefits our downtown exponentially," Opal-Wahoske said. "But then, also, just the drum of economic impact this event has on our downtown is exponential."
Participating eateries will have a lunch menu ranging in price from $7-$15 and a dinner menu ranging from $12-$35.
The restaurants participating is this year's Downtown Wausau Dining Week are 319 Bistro, Back When Cafe, City Grill, Daly's, La Prima, J. Mumbo's, Jalapeno', Malarkey's/Townie's, Polito's, and Peking Restaurant.
Those restaurants will also be serving their regular menu throughout the week and reservations usually aren't needed to attend.