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Photo courtesy of Ayada Thai
Photo courtesy of Ayada Thai
Eat Elmhurst Restaurant Week will take place from April 22nd through April 29th.

From Thai to Ecuadorian cuisine, Elmhurst offers a wide variety of international eats, and for one week, restaurants in the neighborhood will provide promotions to entice new and returning customers.

Eat Elmhurst Retaurant Week will take place from April 22 through April 29 to “stimulate commercial activity” at the neighborhood’s varied eateries, according to a press release from Councilman Daniel Dromm.

Dromm and First American International Bank are sponsoring the event, where more than 20 restaurants are participating and offering promotions. For example, Asian Taste 86, located at 86-10 Whitney Ave. will offer 10 percent off all orders worth $10 or more.

Que Sabor at 84-60 Grand Ave. will offer 15 percent off on “platos a la carte” items while Cocolon Restaurant at 90-16 Corona Ave. will offer $7 lunch specials.

SABAY Thai - Viet stuffed crispy ommelete

Sabay Thai’s Vietnamese Stuffed Crispy Omelette

Eat Elmhurst Restaurant Week is a fun and innovative way to revitalize our local economy and lay the groundwork for continued growth,”Dromm said in a statement. “This initiative helps local merchants and is part of a greater, sustained effort to promote of the very best of what Elmhurst has to offer.  I am proud to foster this collaboration between residents, businesses, and government which will positively impact economic development in the community.”

Many participating Thai restaurants will also participate in the Songkran Thai New Year and Street Festival. The festival will take place on two consecutive Saturdays. On April 22 and April 29 from noon to 6 p.m., activities for children and adults will take place on Woodside Avenue between 75th and 77th Streets.

There will be Muay Thai kickboxing demonstrations, yoga and Pilates classes, a beauty pageant to crown Mr. and Mrs. Thai and Thai cultural performances.

For a full list of participating restaurants and their specials, visit the Eat Elmhurst website.

Barbecue Chicken from Khao King

Barbecue Chicken from Khao King

Thai iced green tea from Eim Khao Mon Kai

Thai iced green tea from Eim Khao Mon Kai

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