The third annual 10 Days In Tosa begins Monday and continues through Sept. 18, featuring special deals at 31 Wauwatosa-area restaurants.
Diners can try new restaurants or visit favorites.
Selected menu items are priced at $5, $10 or $20.
The restaurants represent a range of Wauwatosa dining experiences, from Ristorante Bartolotta, Eddie Martini's and Meritage to family favorites like Saz's State House, Belair Cantina and Leff's Lucky Town.
The event, sponsored by the Wauwatosa Chamber of Commerce, serves as a way to spread the word about all Wauwatosa has to offer, drawing people into the city for a meal — which can lead to discovering other aspects of the city, including its businesses, neighborhoods, green spaces and events.
In addition to those mentioned above, participating restaurants are Blue's Egg, Burke's Irish Castle, Cafe Hollander, Cafe Perrin, Dave & Buster's, Firefly Urban Bar & Grill, Hector's, Honeybaked Ham Company, Innovation, J&B's Blue Ribbon Bar/Grill, Jackson's Blue Ribbon Pub, Jimmy's Island Grill, JoJo's Martini Lounge, Juniper 61, LeCakery, LaFuente, Maxie's, Mo's Irish Pub, O'Sullivan's Public House, Pizzeria Piccola, Rocket Baby Bakery, Sherbrooke, The Landing at Hoyt Park, The Ruby Tap and Valentine Coffee Roasters.
For information, go to 10DaysInTosa.com or contact the Wauwatosa Chamber of Commerce at (414) 453-2330 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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