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Holiday and weather will hurt Easton's Restaurant Week

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Easton's Restaurant Week, which started on Sunday (January 19th) and runs through Saturday (January 26th), showcases the lunch and dinner entrees for various restaurants through out the city.

Fixed price lunch and dinner specials are being offered from 19 different eateries and feature all types of cuisine from Mexican, Italian, Mediterranean, Brazilian, Japanese to American pub food.

Unfortunately with Monday being a holiday, the Martin Luther King Day of Service, and bad weather expected for the rest of the week, this will not be the best week to highlight a celebration of taste that is dependent upon residents venturing around the city.

While the restaurants participating in the celebration do encourage reservations,. which means that they hope people have planned ahead, often foot traffic around Easton and unplanned walk up dinning really help make the difference for this event.

However, heavy snowfall is expected throughout Tuesday, with bone chilling temperatures not getting above the teens and blowing snow predicted for Wednesday. The remaining week will see some what warmer temperatures but snow showers are forecast for Thursday and Saturday.

If you do plan on being around in Easton, and wish to sample some the city's restaurant fare, read more about some of the dishes being offered!

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