I scoured the menus for vegetarian options. There could be more options than what I list here. But these ones definitely caught my eye:
Essentially everything on the menu appears to have a vegetarian option. The total damage is $30.09 for three courses.
The options from Katzinger's include an eggplant, mozzarella and tomato jam sandwich and a choice of salad and dessert for two people for a grand total of $20.09.
The house salad is vegetarian and the soup appears vegetarian (check first; don't quote me on that one). The entree is sun-dried tomato and marscarpone cheese ravioli. The panna cotta dessert is made with gelatin, making it inappropriate for vegetarians. The other two desserts on the $30.09 prix fixe menu are vegetarian-safe.
The $30.09 prix fixe features three vegetarian starters, eggplant parmigiana as an entree and three different desserts.
Dinner for two costs $30.09. You get a choice of red bean hummus or jalepeño poppers as a shared appetizer. The Surly Girl pizza is vegetarian. Dessert is two cupcakes.
The menu at Tutto Vino provides plenty of options for vegetarians. For $30.09, two diners get a choice of a cheese plate or salad and can build their own gourmet pizza. For an extra $20.09, they can also build their own five-choice wine flight.
Black Creek Bistro features four courses for $30.09. The appetizer options are squash au gratin or chili rellenos. All three salads are vegetarian. There is a squash-based entree. The vegetarian dessert is a melon granita.
The $30.09 menu buys a cheese plate, two pizzas and two glasses of sangria.
The three-course menu includes a house salad, pesto ravioli and a choice of desserts.
I'm sure I'll have a few entries posted during Restaurant Week. Check back for updates.