Get your appetite ready; the Quad Cities are gearing up for its first ever restaurant week.
More than 25 restaurants will take part in the special that goes from February 24th through March 2nd.
Many hot-spots will offer a variety of discounts, including two-for-one lunch for $15 and $25 multi-course dinners.
Organizers say it's easy to take advantage of all the deals.
"There are no coupons to carry," says Jessica Waytenick, public relations and marketing manager for the Quad Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau. "No cards to punch, none of that. You just go to your favorite restaurant, go to any of the restaurants on the list and say 'I'm here for restaurant week - give me the restaurant week menu' and you order. It's very simple."
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