It's Your Business: Restaurant week in Urbana

Champaign had its turn five weeks ago.

Now Urbana is celebrating Urbana Restaurant Week, starting Monday and continuing through next Sunday.

Fixed-price menus — at $10, $20 and $30 options — will be available in at least 13 Urbana restaurants.

As of Friday, the list included Attie's Bar & Grill, Black Rock Pizza Co., The Bread Company, Cafe Zojo, The Courier Cafe, Crane Alley, The Great Impasta, Milo's, Piato, Po Boys Restaurant, Siam Terrace, Silvercreek and Sitara Indian Restaurant and Lounge.

For an up-to-date listing of participants and the fixed-price specials they're offering, check the Urbana Business Association website, urbanabusiness.com/restaurant-week.

Clothing store on campus

Dear; 72, a store offering trendy clothing, accessories and beauty products from Korea and the United States, opened at 700 S. Gregory St., Suite G, U, on Feb. 21.

The store occupies 1,400 square feet just north of the Caffe Bene space at the northeast corner of Gregory and Nevada streets in Urbana.

The phone number is 954-1695.

Athletico stretches to St. Joe

Athletico Physical Therapy has opened its second physical therapy clinic in central Illinois. The new clinic is inside The Zone 24-Hour Fitness Center at 109 N. Main St., St. Joseph.

Gaby Marquez is the physical therapist working at the St. Joseph location. She came from Athletico's Champaign clinic at 2040 S. Neil St.

Initial evaluations can be scheduled within 24 to 48 hours of a patient's phone call. To schedule a physical therapy appointment or complimentary injury screening at the St. Joseph clinic, call the Champaign office, 352-3330.

Rebecca Nef-Heffernan is facility manager in Champaign.

Donating, dancing for kids

The Jersey Mike's Subs restaurant at 505 E. Green St., C, will take part in the chain's March "Month of Giving" fund-raising campaign.

The local restaurant has designated as its charity the Illini Dance Marathon benefiting the Children's Miracle Network/St. John's Children's Hospital in Springfield.

During March, customers can make donations to the charity at the restaurant.

Then, on March 26, Jersey Mike's in Champaign will give 100 percent of that day's sales to the Illini Dance Marathon benefit. The actual dance marathon begins the evening of March 14 and is expected to last several hours.

Last year's Month of Giving campaign raised $1.7 million for 86 charities nationwide. Since 2010, Jersey Mike's locations across the country have raised nearly $7.5 million for local causes.

The submarine sandwich chain has more than 1,300 locations open and under development nationwide.

Prom-dress consignment sale

Paxton-based Foxy's Prom has scheduled its central Illinois prom-dress consignment sale for March 9 at the Fluid Event Center, 601 N. Country Fair Drive, C.

Dresses can be dropped off from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday, with a VIP sale from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. March 9. The sale will open to the general public at 11 a.m. and continue through 5 p.m. Sunday.

There is a $5 per dress registration fee. The consignor sets the price for the dress, and when it sells, the consignor keeps 80 percent of the price. All dresses must be clean with no damage. Dresses can be registered online at foxysprom.com.

For more information, call Foxy's Prom at 496-6714 or email prom@foxysprom.com.

Contact Don Dodson at 351-5227 or 800-252-3346; by email at dodson@news-gazette.com; or by regular mail at The News-Gazette, c/o It's Your Business column, P.O. Box 677, Champaign, IL 61824-0677.

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