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The Trinidad and Tobago Restaurant Week – “A week of dining so big, it lasts 10 days”

The Trinidad and Tobago Restaurant Week – “A week of dining so big, it lasts 10 days” ( PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad - Trinidad and Tobago Restaurant Week will be held at participating restaurants throughout the islands from September 18-27, 2015.

Now in its third year, T&T Restaurant Week has developed into a signature culinary event on Trinidad and Tobago’s entertainment calendar. A celebration of the island’s equally diverse and delicious cuisine, Restaurant Week continues to live up to its tagline, “A week of dining so big, it lasts 10 days.”

Inspired by the islands’ cultural diversity, the event is also designed to promote the development of vibrant restaurant ethos and encourage dining out amongst locals and visitors, while building on Trinidad&Tobago’s growing reputation as a must-visit destination for culinary connoisseurs.

During this gastronomic event, participating restaurants offer exclusive, specially-priced menus and in the coming days and weeks, these will be revealed on the Trinidad and Tobago Restaurant Week web site and social media pages.

In 2014, 90% of participating restaurants were fully booked before the start of Restaurant Week and the majority reported increased sales by 75% compared to the first edition in 2013. Following the overwhelming success of 2014, restaurants are eagerly anticipating the start of this year’s event, which is organiaed by Bee Marketing&Events and sanctioned by the Trinidad Hotels, Restaurants&Tourism Association (THRTA).

For event updates, visit:
Twitter: @TTRestaurantWk
Instagram: @TTRestaurantWk

About Trinidad&Tobago

Trinidad&Tobago is located in the southeastern region of the Caribbean. With its careful approach to tourism, the dual-island nation offers a distinct blend of culture, eclectic cuisine and an assortment of eco-adventure activities. Trinidad, the ‘cultural capital of the Caribbean,’ is home to the world famous Carnival and the birthplace of the steel pan, the only new musical instrument to be invented in the 20th century. It is also home to one of the world’s top three nesting sites for endangered leatherback turtles and world class fine flavored cocoa. Tobago, sister island to Trinidad, is the quintessential Caribbean paradise with secluded beaches, quaint villages, private villas and award-winning eco-attractions that include the Main Ridge Rainforest, the oldest protected reserve in the western hemisphere and the six-time award winner for World’s Leading Ecotourism Destination by the World Travel Awards.

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