QC Restaurant Week to Celebrate Restaurant Industry

Every night for seven nights can be a date night, girls’ night out, family gathering, or get take-out because it’s been a long day as QC Restaurant Week is your chance to expand your taste buds by trying new things from over 55 participating businesses.  In its tenth year, the annual event on March 21-27, 2022, organized by Visit Quad Cities is the perfect time to support and celebrate Quad Cities restaurants.

Visit Quad Cities encourages food lovers to explore www.qcrestaurantweek.com for all of the restaurants’ details.  Small businesses are a key part of the Quad Cities region, and our QC identity includes our local restaurants to help set us apart from other destinations.  The restaurant industry is still fighting a hard battle and we can continue to eat locally to support our vibrant culinary community.

In addition to supporting local restaurants, Quad Citizens have a chance to win local restaurant gift cards.  Individuals who purchase a meal (or meals) from any of the QC Restaurant Week restaurants between March 21-27 can fill out the entry form on the website with a picture of their receipt, photo of themselves at the restaurant, or posing with their carryout meal for a chance to win.

This year, Visit Quad Cities wants to recognize and honor some of those in the local restaurant industry who go above and beyond to make experiences special and who bring customer-centric energy to work with them.  We are taking nominations from the public through an easy online form at www.qcrestaurantweek.com through March 22, 2022.  Visit Quad Cities will then select several nominees who demonstrate exemplary customer service to be recognized during QC Restaurant Week.

Follow Visit Quad Cities on social media for updates on QC Restaurant Week, restaurant gift card giveaways, and other happenings @QuadCities on Facebook, and @VisitQuadCities on Instagram and Twitter.  Post about your QC Restaurant Week meals using #QCRestaurantWeek.

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