Local restaurants offer special menus for Indulge Nelson

Indulge Nelson runs April 13 to May 7 (Sundays to Wednesdays only).

Get ready to indulge yourself. Eleven great Nelson restaurants are preparing fixed price menus ranging from $15 to $45 and feature several courses for one price.

Running from now until May 7 (Sundays to Wednesdays only) diners can stop by one of 11 great eateries and try out a tempting menu.

“The idea is to create some excitement and get people to go out dining and trying something new,” said Karen Bennett, publisher of the Nelson Star which helped create the promotion.

Not only will the public have the opportunity to try some affordable fine dining, they can win free food as well.

“If you eat at three restaurants during the month, you can enter to win a $25 gift certificate from every [participating] restaurant,” she said.

Consumers have to bring in their receipts to the Nelson Star office (514 Hall Street) to enter, or email copies to publisher@nelsonstar.com.

The chefs at each restaurant have put together an amazing selection of menus to fit all tastes and budgets.

Visit the Nelson Star Facebook page to view the menus offered and bon appétit.

Participating restaurants include Jackson’s Hole, All Seasons, Hume Hotel. Baker St. Grill, Louie’s, Uptown Tavern, Outer Clove, Sage, Ric’s Lounge and Grill, Bibo and Cantina Del Centro.

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