March 3, 2016
The Meadows Event Center
The Meadows Casino • Racetrack • Hotel

This event will kick-off Washington County Restaurant Week March 7 – 13, 2016

The Chef’s Best Dish Kick-Off Event will launch a week-long celebration of Washington County’s participating restaurants.   

Chef Kristin Butterworth

Chef Kristin Butterworth is the Chef de Cuisine at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort. At the helm of the Lautrec Restaurant, a Forbes Five-Star, AAA Five-Diamond European influenced restaurant, Chef Butterworth is able to showcase her passions and personal cooking style, while forming relationships with over a dozen local farms and purveyors to create a truly unique dining experience. While at Lautrec, Chef Butterworth has been a featured chef at the prestigious James Beard House in New York City twice and has received the coveted Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five-Diamond awards for 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015.

Thom Horsey

Thom Horsey, National Wine Educator for Ste Michelle Wine Estates, is a 35 year veteran of the wine industry. He is a member of the Society of Wine Educators and is a Certified Specialist in Wine and pursuing his Certified Wine Educator Certification.

Restaurant Week 2016

Washington County Restaurant Week will offer lunch and dinner deals at participating restaurants, including special Restaurant Week prix-fixe menus.  The general public may attend any of the featured restaurants during their normal business hours to experience what they have to offer.  Please review our list of participating restaurants and plan to try them all throughout Restaurant Week, March 7 – 13. 

Participating Restaurants

Participating Hotels
Comfort Inn Meadowlands

Comfort Inn & Suites

Courtyard by Marriott

DoubleTree Hotel by Hilton

Hilton Garden Inn

Holiday Inn Express & Suites – Southpointe

Homewood Suites
by Hilton Pittsburgh-Southpointe

Hyatt Place Pittsburgh South/Meadows Racetrack & Casino

Ramada Inn

Suburban Extended Stay Hotel

Call for the Restaurant Week Special Rate.

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