Sandy Springs Restaurant Week, beginning Saturday and running through Nov. 12, turns 4 this year — and continues to grow. Some 17 eateries dished in 2016; this year’s lineup stands at 25.

Prix-fixe menus are offered at three price points for lunch ($10, $15 and $20) and three more for dinner ($25, $35 and $45). Not all eateries offer meals in all categories.

Participants include 5 Seasons Brewing, Blue Moon Pizza, Breadwinner Cafe and Bakery, Calyroad Creamery, Chef Rob’s Caribbean Cafe & Upscale Lounge, Cibo e Beve Italian Kitchen and Bar, Dantanna’s, Food 101 American Kitchen & Bar, Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken, Hammocks Trading Co., Hudson Grille, Il Giallo Osteria & Bar, J. Christopher’s, Kaiser’s Chophouse, Marlow’s Tavern, Meehan’s Public House, Nothing Bundt Cakes, Slope’s BBQ, Southern Bistro, Sub Zero Ice Crem & Yogurt (nitrogen ice cream); Susansnaps (bakery), Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe, Tin Can Fish House & Oyster Bar, Tupelo Honey Cafe and Under the Cork Tree.

Calyrroad Creamery’s “unique offering” includes French-inspired cheeses and movie advice.

Should you decide to partake, your options include everything from Cuban sandwiches and sweet coconut fried shrimp, to osso buco, fried chicken, meatloaf, lobster rolls, arancini and tagliatelle, eggs Benedict, strawberry crepes, strip steaks, Greek salad and authentic gyros, slow-roasted pork grilled cheese sandwiches, 2-for-1 bundtlets, nitrogen ice cream, handcrafted beer and Krispy Kreme bread pudding.

Sandy Springs Restaurant Week also features “unique offerings,” like the “Pretend You Are in Paris” takeout special at CalyRoad Creamery:

  • Handcrafted French-style cheeses, an artisan baguette and cured meats from Spotted Trotter, along with dried fruit, imported mustard and local jams. ($25 for two people).
  • Add a bottle of French Bordeaux Theophile Querre (another $16.99).
  • And, for free, movie advice. Suggestions might include French Kiss, An American in Paris, Gigi and Paris When It Sizzles.

For menus and chef profiles, go HERE.