Good Food, Good Deals in Middle Smithfield Township

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MIDDLE SMITHFIELD TOWNSHIP -- Hungry for some good deals?  You may want to stop by restaurants in Middle Smithfield Township in Monroe County for it’s second annual Restaurant Week.

Kitchens are heating up this week in the Marshalls Creek area, trying to butter up your taste buds without breaking the budget – cooking up deals for Middle Smithfield Township’s second annual Restaurant Week.

“The whole idea is to try to get business into our restaurants during our slow time,” said Middle Smithfield Township supervisor Annette Atkinson.

Nearly a dozen restaurants, including Pub 570, jumped on board with the event that runs through this weekend.

Pub 570 has a half rack of ribs on special along with its 8-ounce burgers. Mix that with the sports pub atmosphere and owner Lou Mignosi calls it a win win.

"It gives the community customers an extra bargain for this week ,” said Mignosi.

Inside this restaurant, you’ll find a new section added just weeks ago for beer lovers too.  They have nearly 1,000 craft beers to go.

"Just come down, come down and find out for yourself, it's a great place,” said Mignosi.

If you're looking to try some finer dining experiences, The Big A Grillhouse has pulled out all of the stops for Restaurant Week, offering some deals you`ll only find this time of year.

"We feel that we want to bring out the better specials for this week in hopes that when people come by they`ll see our best and want to come back again,” said The Big A Grillhouse & Bar chef Traci Williams.

Homemade sauces and signature steaks are just the beginning of the menu at Big A .

After a tough ski season and a chilly spring, plans for next year’s Restaurant Week already are growing.

“We definitely want to continue it, we would definitely want to embrace more restaurants and possibly go regional next year so we could stretch out to our neighboring townships as well,” said Atkinson.

For a full list of participating restaurants, visit their website here.

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