An event to showcase Bloomington's restaurants will debut at the end of the month. Devour Btown will include more than three dozen restaurants featuring discounted menus. Bloomington Independent Restaurant Association President Steve Swihart says the event will highlight the city's “strong” culinary scene. February 13, 2015

News Release

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Guests will soon be able to savor three-course, value-price menus during Devour Btown from Wednesday, Feb. 25 – Sunday, March 8. During this 12-day event, diners will be able to take advantage of specially designed menus at restaurants in Bloomington.

“Devour Btown showcases the strong culinary scene found in Bloomington,” said Steve Swihart, president of the Bloomington Independent Restaurant Association (BIRA). “We have an impressive amount of restaurants already lined up for the inaugural year who are prepared to make this Btown's premier dining event.”

Participating restaurants include:

Aver's Pizza

Bear's Place

Bobby's Colorado Steakhouse

Bucceto's East

Bucceto's West


C3 Bar


Crazy Horse


El Norteno


Finch's Brasserie

Function Brewery


Inn of the Four Winds

The Irish Lion

Janko's Little Zagreb

La Torre

Laughing Planet Caf?

Le Petit Caf?

Lennie's Malibu Grill

No Coast Reserve

Oliver Winery Downtown

Opie Taylor's

The Owlery

Quaff On!

Restaurant Tallent

Runciple Spoon

Scenic View

Scholar's Inn

Scotty's Brewhouse

Siam House

The Tap

The Trojan Horse

Topo's 403

Upland Brewing

The Uptown Caf?

The Village Caf? Deli


The complete list of restaurants can be found at and menus will be posted soon. To participate, diners need to review the menu options, choose a dining destination and make a reservation if needed. Special promotions and events will also be announced on the Devour Btown Facebook page and Twitter via @DevourBtown closer to the start of the event.

Bloomington area restaurants present Devour Btown with support from BIRA and the Indiana Restaurant and Lodging Association.

Sources: Bloomington Independent Restaurant and the Indiana Restaurant and Lodging Association

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