417 Magazine's RestauranTour

417 Magazine’s delicious new event, 417 RestauranTour, launches this fall.

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When you’re indecisively trying to figure out where to go out to dinner, it’s easy to wish you could just try everything your taste buds are craving instead of picking just one spot. We can help you with that. Our brand new 417 RestauranTour event takes guests to three fine-dining restaurants in one delicious night.

How does it work? Well, you’ll meet up with the rest of the evening’s diners—30 in all—at the 417 Magazine office. There you board a shuttle that escorts you to three highly rated restaurants. Each participating spot serves up both a dish and a cocktail, so that every step of the way, you’ll get to taste the stellar food and drinks our local fine dining restaurants have to offer.

It’s about more than food, though. Diners get a chance to meet the chefs, owners and creative foodies who make the sips and bites at those restaurants so delicious. Plan for a full evening, as you’ll spend almost an hour at each restaurant.

The first 417 RestauranTour event is in October, and tickets go on sale this month. At that event, diners get to visit Harvest, The Order and Kai. More tours take place next year as well in February, June and August.

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