Inland Empire Restaurant Week

What is restaurant week?

Inland Empire Restaurant Week (IERW) is uniquely different from other restaurant weeks, its simply two weeks showcasing all the Inland Empire has to offer. It's an opportunity to promote and spotlight local restaurants reflecting the region's cultural diversity and international expression.

There is no reason to drive out of the area to find something delicious to enjoy. As one of the fastest growing areas in the country, we’re attracting new, young and creative chefs to share their concepts and creativity. Happening August 10-24 and hottest time of year, don’t turn on your ovens, IERW is a perfect excuse to eat out.

It’s a great opportunity to try something new, support our local restaurants, farmers and locally grown products. Food always brings people together and August 10-24 is perfect to explore and experience the explosion of the culinary and craft brewery scene. There are no tickets to purchase, its an invitation to discover hidden gems in your community.

Designed to market and promote restaurants throughout the Inland Empire, its also a way to introduce IE restaurants to new customers. Eat, Stay and Play local supports our businesses. 

Why Restaurant Week is "Good for Business"

Powered by The Greater Ontario Convention & Visitors Bureau, IE Restaurant Week was created to build awareness about the Inland Empire, its diverse culinary community, and drive business to our local restaurants. Restaurant week showcases, and also strengthens the destination’s brand and culinary reputation. Attracting tourists to the area increases business for hotels, shopping centers, entertainment and other local businesses. Everyone benefits from the impact of the tourism dollars spent in the area.

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