The Junior League of Tyler’s Rose City Restaurant Week set for April 18-21.
The Junior League of Tyler has set aside the week of April 18-21, for its annual spring charitable project. Diners can expect unique dining experiences from new restaurants or their old favorites during the second annual Rose City Restaurant Week event. Local eateries will showcase special dishes during the event.
Make plans to eat out at the following restaurants and support a great cause:
Juls, 1836, Villa Montez, Willow Brook Country Club, Marco’s Pizza, Hollytree Country Club, Lago Del Pino, The Grove, Stanley’s, Jucy’s, Roast, Gusano’s, and Kiepersol will all be serving up great meals at special prices just for RCRW.
The four-day event augments The Junior League of Tyler’s fundraiser, Mistletoe and Magic. The funds from Rose City Restaurant Week and Mistletoe and Magic provide financial assistance to the community agencies supported by The Junior League of Tyler.
“Through this year’s Mistletoe and Magic theme, we are focusing on what makes The Junior League of Tyler unique, our service to the many agencies we support and the impact we can make on others around us,” 2017 Mistletoe Chair Melissa Peveto said. “We invite our community to savor this opportunity to eat local and give back over a great meal or two with friends and family during Rose City Restaurant Week.”
Visit juniorleagueoftyler.org or call 903-595-5426 for more information.
The Junior League of Tyler Inc. is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is educational and charitable.