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Onesto is one of the restaurants participating in this year's Downtown Dining Week. (PHOTO: Onesto Facebook)

Get ready to chow down on Downtown Dining Week 2017

It's time to start saving some room in your stomach for Downtown Dining Week, returning to several Milwaukee eateries this summer from June 1 to 8.

The seven-day festival of food, created by Milwaukee Downtown, BID #21, allows diners to chow down on pre-selected three-course options – $12.50 for lunch; $25 or $35 for dinner – from a wide variety of Downtown restaurants.

And here are this year's palate-pleasing participants:

  • Ale Asylum Riverhouse
  • Benihana
  • The Brass Alley
  • The Brown Bottle
  • Brunch
  • The Capital Grille
  • Carson's
  • Club Charlies
  • Coquette Cafe
  • Distil
  • Hinterland Erie Street Gastropub
  • Indulge
  • Kanpai
  • Kil@wat
  • The Knick
  • The Loaded Slate
  • Louise's
  • Mader's
  • Mason Street Grill
  • Matador
  • Mi-key's
  • Millioke
  • Milwaukee ChopHouse
  • Mo's ... A Place for Steaks
  • Onesto
  • Pastiche at the Metro
  • Pier 106
  • The Pub Club
  • Rare Steakhouse
  • Rock Bottom Brewery
  • Rodizio Grill
  • The Rumpus Room
  • SafeHouse
  • Smoke Shack
  • Swig
  • Third Coast Provisions
  • Trinity Three Irish Pubs
  • Upper 90 Sports Pub
  • Vagabond
  • Ward's House of Prime
  • Water Buffalo
  • Who's On Third
  • Zarletti

In addition to feasting on fine food, four lucky diners will be selected to feast on $500 in dining gift certificates from Milwaukee Downtown, BID #21. Participants can enter the drawing by filling out a survey after their Downtown Dining Week experience. After the festival's all wrapped up, a random drawing will select the four winners.

To preview the Downtown Dining Week menus being prepped by all of the participating restaurants, visit Milwaukee Downtown, BID #21's website. And bon appétit!

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