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Enter to Win 50 Hours of Free Parking as Part of Restaurant Week

Entry for the drawing is exclusively online and open to the general public, now through the end of restaurant week on February 28.

The following is a press release from the Downtown Westfield Corporation:

The deal for Restaurant Week in Downtown Westfield, NJ just got sweeter. The Downtown Westfield Corporation (DWC) announced that as part of Restaurant week, Sunday, February 17 through Thursday February 28, diners have the chance to enter a random drawing to win one of four $25 parking cards.

Westfield parking cards can be used in any lot or metered on-street spot. With rates of $.25 per 30 minutes in lots and $.25 per 20 minutes at on-street meters, a $25 parking card can enhance your dining or shopping experience in Westfield for up to 50 hours.

“Downtown Westfield is a popular shopping and dining destination and customers love free parking,” said Sherry Cronin, Executive Director of the DWC. “We hope that a free parking card will help make their experience even more enjoyable.”

Entry for the drawing is exclusively online and open to the general public, now through the end of restaurant week on February 28. Anyone can enter by going to www.westfieldtoday.com.

Restaurant Week runs for two weeks from Sunday, February 17 to Thursday, February 28 (excluding Friday and Saturday). Take advantage of wonderful cuisine at affordable prices, with a two-course lunch for $10, and a two-course dinner for $20 or three-course dinner for $30. Prices have been fixed at these prices to offer diners a great opportunity to sample Westfield's restaurants. Beverages, tax and gratuities are not included.

According to Jamie Lemberg, DWC Online Marketing Manager, “This is the 8th Restaurant Week event we have sponsored and again, over 20 eating establishments are participating. It’s fast becoming a Westfield tradition.”

For details about Restaurant Week and for a list of participating restaurants, visit http://www.westfieldtoday.com/Restaurantweek

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