CLEVELAND- Kitchens all over Northeast Ohio are heating up for the 10th annual Cleveland Restaurant Week.
"I love restaurant week. It's great,” said Deanna DiSalvo, a food lover.
More than 70 independent restaurants in the Cleveland area are participating in the tasty event.
You'll get a three-course meal for $33 but some restaurants may charge a little more depending on the establishment.
"It's important for the restaurants to be able entertain some new guests and it's for the guests to be able to come out and not necessarily spend a ton of money. They are in and out with $33 dollars for 3 courses. We get to show our nice venues," said Patrick Saracusa, general manager, 'Blue Point Grille.'
"Seventy restaurants, $33 dollars, you are not breaking the bank with this. I mean you are getting a great deal and you are getting to try local independent restaurants which it's all about," said 'Red' executive chef Michael Tolosa.
Restaurant week is held by Cleveland independent eateries who encourage people to eat and buy locally so the money stays in the community.
Cleveland Restaurant Week began Nov. 3 and ends Nov. 15.