Why Longmont Restaurant Week?

Longmont has, historically, had the reputation of being the cow-town satellite community to Boulder. But, as we know, that reputation is a poor representation the unique, vibrant, and compassionate culture that has developed here. Longmont Restaurant Week is a reflection of that culture, specifically through the food and drink scene here in town.

Longmont Restaurant Week, brought to you by the Longmont Area Chamber of Commerce, is a 10 day event beginning April 20 and ending April 29. During this time, participating restaurants, breweries, and distilleries will be offering special menus all for the price of $18.71.


What does this mean for you?

It means that during the last week of April, you can expect delicious deals at your favorite restaurants and new spots you may not have tried… yet. The Longmont Restaurant Week menu will allow you to try the best a restaurant has to offer, and at a discount to boot.

To participate, all you need to do is go out to eat at any Longmont Restaurant Week participating venue during the event. No tickets are required, there is nothing special you have to do to register, we just want to encourage the community to go out and celebrate Longmont’s foodie paradise.

We will publish participant’s special menus prior to the event, so you can plan on what places you’ll want to visit during the week. April 20-29 marks the perfect time to celebrate food with friends and family, and we hope you take advantage of the best dining in Longmont!


Author Leah

Leah is the Event & Program Director at the Longmont Area Chamber of Commerce.

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