Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is Greensburg Restaurant Week?
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 for no more than $35. These specials range from a casual lunch to a fine dining dinner experience. Greensburg has an impressive variety of locally-owned restaurants and cafes. 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.
2. How do I participate?
Simply visit one of the participating restaurants the week of August 20 - 29, 2021 and order from their special Greensburg Restaurant Week menu for $35 per person or less, plus tax and gratuity. There are no tickets or passes to purchase in order to enjoy a week of three-course dining specials at your favorite restaurant! It's that simple!
3. Is tax and gratuity included in the price?
No. Tax and gratuity are NOT included in the restaurant week menu price.
4. Are reservations required?
No, but they are strongly recommended. Due to COVID-19 and resulting restrictions, this year's restaurant week will be a little different from years past. While dine-in options are still available, restaurants are only permitted to operate at 50% capacity indoors. Therefore, we strongly encourage making reservations or ordering take-out instead.
5. Who do I contact with questions?
Please contact the Greensburg Community Development Corporation with any questions you may have.