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Published:Thursday | October 16, 2014 | 10:00 AM
Grilled chicken quesadillas served with coated French fries.-Brian Mccalla/Freelance Photographer

Nestled under a eucalyptus tree is the quaint eatery, Raffaele's Gourmet Pizzeria and Grill. Back for the fourth time, manager Marsha Dwyer was excited to share what the restaurant would be putting on the table come November 14-22. "Raffaele's has an Italian background, and as such, you can expect to find pasta, pizza and lasagnas on our menu. This year, we have selected a cheaper category, but we will be giving our patrons a chance to enjoy our pasta that will be added to our lunch menu." This was done in order to promote the pasta that Dwyer boasts will have a secret ingredient that will have diners asking for more.

Known not just for its tasty treats, but for it's privacy and cozy atmosphere, Raffaele's will have two options: Combo 1 - soup, salad and chicken in Alfredo sauce; and Combo 3 - a jerked chicken quesadilla with coated French fries. "With the reduction in price for these items, I am expecting a large turnout as most of our items are done on the grill. That makes it as healthy as it is tasty," added Dwyer.

"I have high hopes for Restaurant Week this year, especially since we are in the Nyam and Scram category. More persons will be encouraged to come and dine with us since our prices have been slashed to accommodate more persons," ended Dwyer.

- Randy Bowman