The only problem with having a restaurant week is that it’s only five days long. Chestnut Hill is going one better and making its Restaurant Week last for 10 days over two weeks.

Chestnut Hill Restaurant Week will begin on Sunday, March 1, and run through Thursday, March 5, resuming on Sunday, March 8, through Thursday, March 12. Many participating restaurants will offer $15 lunch specials and $35 dinner for all 10 days. Be sure to call for specials, or walk in and see what they are. If there’s a restaurant in Chestnut Hill you’ve been eager to try out, Restaurant Week is the perfect time to do so.

“Chestnut Hill is well-known for its incredible dining options, and we are delighted to announce Restaurant Week 2015,” said Martha B. Sharkey, executive director of the Chestnut Hill Business District. “In addition to fantastic food and beverages for the whole family, guests who dine at any of the restaurants participating in Restaurant Week can enter to win a $100 Chestnut Hill gift certificate. Two winners will be chosen the first week and two the second week.”

Participating restaurants this year are: Tavern on the Hill, 8636 Germantown Ave.; Paris Bistro, 8229 Germantown Ave.; Green Soul, 8229 Germantown Ave (at The Fareway); Heirloom, 8705 Germantown Ave (Top of the Hill Plaza); King’s Garden, 8223 Germantown Ave.; Chestnut Grill, 8229 Germantown Ave.; Night Kitchen Bakery, 7725 Germantown Ave.; Roller’s Express-O, 8341 Germantown Ave.; Cosimo’s Pizza, 8624 Germantown Ave.; Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant, 8400 Germantown Ave.; Stella Sera Restaurant, 8630 Germantown Ave.; Mica, 8609 Germantown Ave.; El Poquito, 8201 Germantown Ave.; McNally’s Tavern, 8634 Germantown Ave.; Campbell’s Place, 8337 Germantown Ave.; Primo Hoagies, 51 Bethlehem Pike; Fiesta Pizza, 8339 Germantown Ave.; Thai Kuu, 35 Bethlehem Pike