No matter what you're in the mood for, chances are there's a deal because Arizona Restaurant Week is September 21 through the 30!
That means you can visit places you normally wouldn't be able to afford.
But not all meals are created equal.
There are prix fixe dinner menus, either $33 or $44 per person and in some cases., per couple.
So is that really a good deal?
It depends on the restaurant and menu, so we did the research.
Charr has a deal for couples: $33 will get you an appetizer to share, two entrees, and dessert to share. That would normally cost up to $48.
Citizen Public House is charging $33 per person for their meal. It includes an appetizer, entree and dessert. You'll save up to $20 per person.
At Flemings, the cost is $44 each.
For that price, you'll get an appetizer, entrée, side, and dessert.
That is obviously a good deal, since the filet mignon is $46 alone.
But still read the fine print, if you choose the bigger steak, you'll pay an additional $10.
Also, the steak on the Arizona Restaurant Week menu is a little smaller than the one on their regular menu.
At Culinary Dropout, pay $33 for an appetizer, entree and dessert.
Regular cost is between $33 and $42, not a screaming deal.
The deal at Farm & Craft includes an appetizer, entrée and dessert OR a Kombucha cocktail for $33.
The regular cost would be as little as or as much as $42, but as little as about $30… so again it’s not a screaming deal.