Restaurant owners in Clayton County, take note: The Clayton County Tourism and Film Office wants to help you get the word out about your establishments.

Clayton County Restaurant Week is coming this October 17 through 23 and promotes Clayton County as a “foodie” destination, according to See Clayton County: “Our goal is simply to promote our local restaurant scene and spread the word to the metro Atlanta region that Clayton County is the place to dine!”

Mando’s Bistro’s Tempting Steak Tacos (Photo: Robin Kemp/The Clayton Crescent)

Restaurant owners can register now for a chance to show off your “best dishes and signature entrées” in hopes of attracting more tourists and business clients. It’s also an opportunity to make more locals aware of your establishment.

Restaurateurs will be asked to include a special offer as part of Clayton County Restaurant Week, whether that’s a discount, a 2-for-1, a free kid’s meal, or other deal. (Be sure to note any restrictions or exclusions.)

A Taste of Thailand’s sweet drunken noodles with shrimp (Photo: Robin Kemp/The Clayton Crescent)

All restaurants in Clayton County are invited to take part in this promotional effort at no cost. Be aware that applicants are not guaranteed that their restaurant will be included. Staff will review all applications and contact you with any questions.

You also can call (404) 478-4800 or e-mail with questions.

To sign up, visit

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Robin Kemp

Robin Kemp is executive editor and CEO of The Clayton Crescent, which she founded in 2020. She has worked for Gambit, CNN, The Weather Channel, Clayton News, Henry Herald, and numerous freelance outlets....

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