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Meal deals: Tampa Bay Restaurant Week has arrived

There are 60+ eateries taking part in our area.

A fried shrimp po boy at Willa's in Tampa. The sandwich is on a baguette, with battered shrimp accompanied by sauce, lettuce, and tomato, with potato chips also on the plate in front of a green leafy backdrop.

Willa’s is one of dozens of restaurants taking part.

Photo by Willa’s

Dinner time. Creative Loafing’s 18th annual Tampa Bay Restaurant Week is in full swing, running through Sunday, June 23.

With 63 TBAY spots serving special offers on prix fixe menus, there’s plenty to choose from. How to access the offer? Just ask for the Tampa Bay Restaurant Week menu. Here’s what we’re ordering:

  • City Editor Patrick is heading to South Tampa for a spot of Indian food at Flames Indian Cuisine. For four food items, it’s $35 for one person, or $50 for two people. The chicken tikka masala and lamb rogan josh are high on the priority list. Pro tip: A mango lassi is the perfect accompaniment.
  • For City Editor Bailey, Jackson’s Bistro, Bar & Sushi is calling. The Harbour Island spot is offering a three-course dinner for $45, including a tantalizing blackened Florida grouper option. And gelato to cleanse the palate.

There’s a lot more choice in the full lineup.

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