Guests Treated to Throwback Menu and A Chance to Visit The Home of The Original Pizza Recipe


ACTON, Mass. - July 4th marked 20 years to the day since Not Your Average Joe's opened its doors in Dartmouth, Mass. In the two decades that followed, one location has grown to 20 in five states and all will be celebrating.


Guest appreciation is at the core of the 20th anniversary festivities. From July 2 through July 15, the restaurants will feature a special "throwback" menu with some of Not Your Average Joe's most popular dishes throughout the years, such as Voodoo Shrimp, Chicken Oscar and Mezzaluna. The special anniversary menu is priced at $19.94 (a reference to the founding year) and includes an entrée with any appetizer or any dessert.


Guests will also be invited to enter a drawing to win a four-day, five-night trip for two to Northern California (home to Joe’s pizza recipe), including a cooking class at the legendary Culinary Institute of America, cocktails and tastings on the deck of Auberge du Soleil and dinner at a highly rated Northern California restaurant.

According to founder and CEO Steve Silverstein, the heart and soul of the Not Your Average Joe's remain unchanged. "The whole idea was to offer a neighborhood place with unique, chef-created dishes at affordable prices," explained Silverstein. "Guests showed appreciation for what we were doing by coming back and bringing friends. And we showed appreciation to them with great food and incredible service."


"It's all about making our 20th anniversary special for the people who got us where we are today — our guests," added Silverstein.


Headquartered in Middleboro, Mass. and founded in 1994 by Steve Silverstein, Not Your Average Joe’s has 20 locations in the Boston and in the Washington, D.C. market area including their newest opening in Glen Mills, Pa. and is satisfying a seemingly limitless hunger for global cuisine with local flavor. For more information: www.notyouraveragejoes.com.





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