Foodies looking to show some LOVE to locally owned restaurants and food shops have a great opportunity February 19-27 during Kenosha Restaurant Week. This is a nine-day celebration of our community's delicious dining scene; over 50 venues throughout Kenosha County are participating.

This is a way to support locally owned – and often family-owned – businesses that make up our local cuisine scene. These are places that support the community with fundraisers and donations throughout the year, provide employment opportunities and tax funds to the local economy, and help make Kenosha a tourism destination.

Use this as an opportunity to try something new or to return to a favorite place. Take advantage of discounts and deals on your meal, and show appreciation for the hospitality industry that has been greatly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, labor shortages, and supply chain delays.

Each venue has created their own discounted menus or special offers. There are options for breakfast/brunch, lunch, dinner, and snacks/desserts. Options include single portions, as well as family-style meals, take & bake / take & heat meals, and gift card specials. The menus specify if the offers are available for dine-in or carryout. Some places offer dine-in only or carryout only, while others offer delivery or curbside service as well.

Simply visit/order from participating restaurants between February 19-27 and ask for the special Restaurant Week menu; no tickets, passes or coupons are required. Be sure to check restaurants’ websites for specific hours and reservation recommendations. The restaurants will be offering both their special Restaurant Week menus and their regular menus. Find the list of participating venues, Restaurant Week menus, and more details at New this year: you can filter your search results by menu category, i.e. lunch, carryout, dine in, etc.

Dine & Give: As you enjoy Restaurant Week, please consider making a donation to the Shalom Center or the Sharing Center, the official nonprofit partners of Kenosha Restaurant Week. Also, some of the participating restaurants and food shops are hosting a charitable component to support nonprofit organizations during Restaurant Week. This may include a food drive, donation jars, or a donation of a percentage of sales from a certain night or item. Learn more at

Dine & Win: There are many opportunities to win Kenosha Area restaurant gift cards and Restaurant Week merchandise through Facebook and Instagram. Learn more at

Since 2019, Visit Kenosha has been the sole producer of Kenosha Restaurant Week.