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Atlanta Airport District Restaurant Week: where to get three-course meals for $19 and $29

Atlanta’s Airport District is preparing to kick off their restaurant week with many area restaurants prixe fixe menus at $19 and $29 price points.

The restaurant week kicks off on March 12 and runs through March 20.

Here are a few of the menu items that will be available at participating restaurants:

Brake Pad is offering a prime rib sandwich with French fries for $9 for lunch and dinner throughout restaurant week.

Brake Pad is located at 3403 Main St, College Park, Ga.

Urban Foodie Feed Store is serving a three-course meal during dinner for $19. The first course consists of either a blac-eyed pea hummus, bacon onion jam, carrots, celery and handmade rustic crackers, or a goat cheese-stuffed fried green tomatoes, roasted red pepper coulis and crispy collards. The second course is a kale Caesar salad with garlic grit croutons. Lastly, diners will be served herb-brined, buttermilk fried chicken with succotash, whiskey collards and pimento cheese cornbread.

Urban Foodie Feed Store is located at 3841 Main St, College Park, GA.

The Corner Grille has also added a three-course prix fixe meal to their dinner menu for restaurant week. The meal will be $29. For the first course, diners will have a “meatless bleu byrd salad” with a bleu cheese vinaigrette dressing. Next, they will chose from a blackened mahi-mahi, served over wild rice and topped with shrimp in a Cajun cream sauce, or a blackened ribeye, topped with chimichurri sauce and served with French fries. For dessert, Beignets paired with peach lambic ice cream will be served.

The Corner Grille is located at 3823 Main St, Atlanta, GA.

Other participating restaurants include East Point Corner Tavern, Louisiana Bistreaux, The Pig and the Pint and Burger Theory. Some restaurants are offering 20 percent off their menu.

For the full list of participating restaurants visit atldistrict.com.

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