Winter Restaurant Week!

Eat, Drink & Be Caring

3-Course Meals And Meal Deals For $20.14, $25.14 and $30.14

Jan 26 – Feb 2


Aristocrat, Bath Fitter, Heartland Payment Systems, Day Air Credit Union, Carr Insurance, Grange Insurance, Morgan Services, White Allen European Auto, Buckeye Vodka, Rewards Magazine, and Stella Artois

Charity Partners:

$1 from each meal served is donated to YMCA, Harvest Hope, and our very own MVRA scholarship fund


Win Dining Gift Certificates

  • One Grand Prize – 12 (twelve) $25 Gift Certificates to MVRA Member Restaurants
  • Three second prizes – 6 (six) $25 Gift Certificates
  • Six third prizes– 3 (three) $25 Gift Certificates

How To Enter…
Fill out a Restaurant Week Survey at each place you dine during Restaurant Week and you’ll be entered to win Dining Gift Certificates!

6 Responses to Winter Restaurant Week!

  • Carol Bussey
    July 24, 2012

    We ate at Carver’s on Sunday night. We have never eaten there as we thought they had a dress code. We were pleasantly surprised to see people in shorts.

    We had steak, which tasted good, but was a little tough. The salad and sides were wonderful! The dessert was average.

  • Diane G
    January 22, 2013

    I have been to Carver’s numerous times. I have never had a bad meal there and neither have those in my party. Our group usually have a selection of chicken, steak and fish.

  • Joe N
    January 24, 2013

    Carol, Maybe give Carvers a second chance sometime. I’ve ate there several times and never had anything less than excellent food. Just a thought.

  • larry jaffe
    January 29, 2013

    ive been going to carver since the day it opened! always good! best app in town is their calamari! hands down!, spinich salad is “right on” good steaks, generous drinks, wine list NOT overoriced, solid value~ bet bar in dayton on thursday nites!

  • CVH
    January 30, 2013

    I have eaten at Boosalis, Sweeneys and Amelia’s this week. None of them provided us with surveys.

    All the food was great, but Amelia’s edged out over Sweeney’s. Sweeney’s had super fast service (beware the peanut butter pie is good but not for $7) and Boosalis always has great sandwiches and baked goods.

  • baking in Dayton
    August 4, 2013

    Nice topic.!!!

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