Frequently Asked Questions
What is Inland Empire Restaurant Week (IERW)?
No longer your traditional restaurant week of the past with 3-course prix fixe menus, Inland Empire Restaurant Week happens August 10-24 and is simply 14 days of exploring the culinary cultural diversity of the Inland Empire. Food always brings people together and IERW is a great way for communities to experience all the international flavors of the area and the recent explosion of the growing culinary and craft brewery scene in the Inland Empire.
It's just that simple - no coupons or invitations, just the desire to support our local restaurants, farmers and locally grown produce and products. There's no need to travel out of the area to enjoy a delicious meal and IERW is the perfect opportunity to try something new and different, visit a local favorite or explore that hidden gem. While its hot outside, don't cook at home - go out to eat!
Supporting Inland Empire local eateries is a great way to enjoy spending time with friends and family while enhancing our local economy.
When is Inland Empire Restaurant Week?
Inland Empire Restaurant Week takes place for two week in August to showcase restaurants in the IE and an opportunity to promote local restaurants reflecting the region's cultural diversity and international expression.
Are there tickets?
No need for coupons, passes, or tickets. Simply support our local restaurants.
What are restaurants, craft breweries, and wineries offering during Inland Empire Restaurant Week?
Since we no longer require restaurants to sign up, each establishment will have their own menu specials or deals.
What’s the idea behind Inland Empire Restaurant Week?
Powered by The Greater Ontario Convention and Visitors Bureau, Inland Empire Restaurant Week was created to drive business for our local restaurants, craft breweries, and wineries and build awareness for the Inland Empire culinary community. The event not only introduces new customers to restaurants, craft breweries, and wineries, but also enhances the economic vitality of the Inland Empire.