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Binghamton Restaurant Week Results

Diners turned out in record numbers for last month's edition of Binghamton Restaurant Week.
Diners turned out in record numbers for last month's edition of Binghamton Restaurant Week.

Organizers of the semiannual promotion announced that nearly 22,000 one-price lunches and dinners were sold. The 24 locally-owned eateries donated a quarter for every lunch and 50 cents for every dinner resulting in an $8,500 donation to CHOW.

Ed Wesoloski is a partner at Remlik's Grille and Oyster Bar.

"Giving back to the community has been very important since we opened. That's why we've participated in Restaurant Week each of the times since we've been open. And it's great to see all of the new faces. And this has been the busiest Restaurant Week since we've been open," said Wesoloski.

The Spring edition of Binghamton Restaurant Week will run from April 1st through the 10th. Meanwhile, some of the eateries are banding together for a special trivia promotion Saturday evening called Which Hunt. It's a play on words using the "which" that often begins a question, such as "Which is your favorite local news program?" At each of the participating restaurants, players will need to first hunt for and then answer a trivia question specific to Binghamton. Those who answer the most questions correctly will be in the running for $700 worth of gifts cards. For more details, including a costume contest component, search Binghamton Which Hunt on Facebook.
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