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July 2015


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Tipton St. Pub:
$25 dinner for two, that includes double appetizers; our homemade pimento cheese dip with kettle chips and two southwest eggrolls. Choice of main entrees; either the Fancy Pantsy Steakhouse burger with grilled onions, grilled mushrooms, swiss cheese, A1 sauce, horseradish mayo with a side of home-cut fries, or our Polamalu BBq sammy, homemade smoked pork shoulder topped with grilled pineapple relish and served with a side of our home-cut fries.

$30 for Two Courses
FRIED GREEN TOMATOES- cornmeal battered sliced tomato, house made pimento cheese, spicy orange marmalade
6oz RANCH CUT STEAK with sweet potato soufflé, green beans, blackberry bbq sauce

Ole’s Guacamoles:
$20 dinner for two includes our amazing chicken fajitas, two desserts and two soft drinks.

Main Street Pizza Company:

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Participating Restaurants

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Check out these locally owned restaurants that are participating in Restaurant Week:

Buffalo Street Downtown Deli
Main Street Pizza Company
Cake Buds
Tipton Street Pub
Ole’s Guacamoles
and at dineJC
Old South
Johnson City Brewing Company
White Duck Taco

Details about dineJC event

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Don’t miss your opportunity to taste what the 11 downtown district restaurants will be serving during the first Restaurant Week! Great menu items that will only be available for 9 days – but those attending this event will get to taste them all!  The event also includes a signature drink, Johnson City Brewing providing beer, and coffee and tea. A cash bar will also be available.
Limited number of tickets are available.

Proceeds from the event go to Public Art for downtown projects.

Link to online ticket purchase is: type in dinejc at the locate event page.

Tickets can also be purchased at the Washington County Economic Development Council’s office, 300 East Main Street, Suite 406 from 9 am – 4:30 pm. Checks or credit cards accepted. Checks should be made out to the Downtown Johnson City Foundation.