Eat Well, Eat Local During Elkhart County Restaurant Weeks From March 15-30, 2024

ELKHART - From fine dining to burger joints, from pizzas to pastries, some of Elkhart County’s top restaurants are offering special deals and highlighting menu favorites during Elkhart County Restaurant Weeks from March 15, 2024, to March 30, 2024.

“Restaurants, bars and bakeries are some of the hardest working and most creative places in Elkhart County’s tourism and hospitality industry. There’s no better way to celebrate that than with Elkhart County Restaurant Weeks and encouraging residents to support our entrepreneurs,” said Jon Hunsberger, executive director of the Elkhart County Convention & Visitors Bureau.

During this two-week period, diners from throughout the South Bend Elkhart Region can enjoy tasting menus, deals on customer favorites, and a fun dining experience at more than 20 eateries representing Elkhart, Goshen, Nappanee, Middlebury, Wakarusa and everywhere in between. is the online home for Elkhart County Restaurant Weeks, with menus of each participating restaurant, searchable by location. Diners can also sign up for the Restaurant Weeks mobile passport and check in at each restaurant they visit. Each check-in at a unique restaurant represents an entry for a drawing for a $100 gift card to the participating restaurant of their choice.

“We’re excited for this opportunity to showcase our restaurants. Each has a distinct feel and atmosphere with menu choices that run the full spectrum of great food. We hope to see many regulars and welcome new friends during Elkhart County Restaurant Weeks,” said Kurt Janowsky, president of Navarre Hospitality Group. Navarre’s three restaurants in Elkhart — Artisan, Bird in Hand, and Jackson Rooftop - are part of Restaurant Weeks.

About the Elkhart County CVB
The Elkhart County CVB is the official tourism advertising/marketing and public/community relations organization for the Elkhart County hospitality industry. The ECCVB advances quality-of-place initiatives in our downtowns and rural spaces, parks and natural environment, arts and culture, and events, festivals, groups and activities that help forge social connections.

Director of Communications & Public Relations

Terry Mark

Director of Communications & Public Relations