Fort Lee Business District Alliance (BDA) Introduces Fort Lee Restaurant Week Launching September 22nd Through the 25th
FORT LEE, NJ—This September 22nd through the 25th, Fort Lee, NJ will be kicking off the fall season with its first-ever Restaurant Week produced by the Fort Lee Business District Alliance (BDA). Taking place over the course of 4 days, this event will give residents and visitors the opportunity to taste international flavors for a great deal.
Fort Lee is a borough of Bergen County located over the Hudson River Palisades that look onto the New York City skyline. Home to over 36,000 people, the area is marked by a lively community of diverse eateries and retailers that entice neighboring communities and visitors alike. The aim of Restaurant Week is to highlight the great variety of restaurants and delicacies that Fort Lee has to offer.
“We are proud to sponsor our first-ever Restaurant Week and are excited for the public to celebrate and experience all that this great borough has to offer,” said BDA Executive Director Stuart Z. Koperweis.
22 restaurants will be participating in Fort Lee’s first Restaurant Week. Each of the participating bars and restaurants will give a preview of their most popular dishes by promoting special prix fixe menus that feature local and eclectic cuisine ranging in price from $15-$25.
For added enjoyment, there will also be live entertainment taking place throughout the four-day food festival. To avoid waiting, reservations are highly encouraged. For more information about participating restaurants, visit: www.bdaftlee.com/flrw.