'Savor The South Shore' to Get Underway

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Another Indiana region is highlighting its culinary industry. The two-week Savor the South Shore event, which begins Monday, features nearly 30 local restaurants offering three-course meals at discounted prices.

The third annual Savor the South Shore runs through March 5. The South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority created the event to promote area restaurants and attract new customers.

Participating restaurants include:

54 Main Bistro, Hobart
95ate5 Brew Pub, St. John
Asparagus Restaurant, Merrillville
Bartlett’s Gourmet Grill and Tavern, Beverly Shores
Byway Brewing Company, Hammond
Cabela’s Black Oak Grill, Hammond
Crown Brewing/Carriage Court Pizza, Crown Point
Chick-fil-A, Merrillville
Ciao Bella, Schererville
Dark Star of the Dunes, Michigan City
DOC’s Smokehouse and Craft Bar, Dyer
don Quijote, Valparaiso
El Taco Real, Hammond
Fahrenheit Two-Twelve, Crown Point
Farmhouse Restaurant, Fair Oaks
Freddy’s Steakhouse, Hammond
Gamba Ristorante, Merrillville
Giovanni’s Restaurant, Munster
J’s Breakfast Club, Gary
Patrick’s Grille, Michigan City
Jack Binion’s Steakhouse, Hammond
Majestic Chop House, Gary
Pikk’s Tavern , Valparaiso
Sage Restaurant, Valparaiso
Stadium Sports Bar, East Chicago
Tapas Café, Merrillville
Teibel’s Restaurant, Schererville
Timbrook Kitchens, Munster
Veterans’ Café and Grill, Merrillville

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