GREENWICH, Conn. -- A Nov. 11 fundraising dinner will launch the second annual Greenwich Restaurant Week, which celebrates hometown eateries and begins the following week.
From Nov. 12 to 18, restaurants throughout Greenwich will be offering special dishes and other enticements to diners. Some of the participating restaurants include Bella Noona, Elm Street Oyster House and Le Penguin.
For a full list of participating restaurants and their specials, visit the event's website .
For the Nov. 11 fundraiser, 500 people will be able to sample dishes from local chefs along with various wines and liquors including Keel Vodka, Whispering Angel Rose, Spiked Seltzer, Palm Breweries, Radenberger Beer and selections from Val's Putnam Wines and Liquors. It all takes place in the Ferrari Maserati showroom of Miller Motorcars.
Proceeds from the Nov. 11 event will go to the Transportation Association of Greenwich, or TAG, a nonprofit transportation services for elderly disabled and disadvantaged residents.
Tickets are $150 for general admission and $250 for VIP, and are available at the event's website .
More information about the festivities is also available on the Greenwich Restaurant Week Mobile App, which is available for both iPhone and Android devices.
It features useful information and provides functions such as "Click-to-Call," "Click-for-Directions," "Click-for-Reservations," and "Click-to-Menus."
In addition to a dedicated page to each participating locations, the GRW mobile app also provides a page for each our sponsors such as Moffly Media, Greenwich Magazine, Miller Motorcars, Wells Fargo Private Banking, Barbara Zaccagnini, Steven Bueti, NEBCO, Withers Worldwide, JP McHale, Law Offices of Robert Vincent Sisca, Marcum, Manfredi, Bespoke, Clay, Arthur Murray Dance Studio, Can Man Sanitation, Christopher Noland Salon & Beauty Spa, Greenwich Taxi, Voss Water, Rudy's Executive Transportation, Equinox, Duxiana and Greenwich Hospital.
For more details, contact Jen Danzi at 646-526-7643, visit the website , or connect through Facebook and/or Twitter.
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