Ogden Restaurant Week 2017

From top left, battered and fried veggies from Union Grill, top sirloin from Prairie Schooner, smoked chili verde nachos from Slackwater, beef taquitos from Rovali's Ristorante Italiano, gelato from Zucca Trattoria and Thai sweet and sour stir fry from Bangkok Garden.

Calling all amateur food critics. 

Kicking off Thursday, the sixth annual Ogden Restaurant Week event spotlights the city’s culinary scene with special discounted menus at 25 locally owned and independent eateries. The event, which continues until Saturday, April 21, encourages residents and visitors to step outside their comfort zone and try food at new places. 

“Ogden Restaurant Week provides a great opportunity to try new things on the menu and to indulge a little more with an appetizer and dessert without breaking the bank,” Sydnie Furton, marketing and public relations manager for Visit Ogden told the Standard-Examiner.

RELATED: Restaurant Week starts Thursday. Here's the 25 Ogden eateries participating

We want to know all about your Ogden Restaurant Week experiences. How mouthwatering was the food? What was the atmosphere like? Was the service OK? 

Fill out the form below once for every participating restaurant you visit. Rate your experience on a 1-5 scale, with 1 being a “poor” experience and 5 being “excellent.” Feel free to also include any comments about your meal at the bottom as well.

We’ll use your reviews to create a map so you can see what places are the most popular or best reviewed during the week. The map, which will be launching soon, will be updated daily with new ratings. Reviews may take up to a few hours to update. 

 

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