Wow, that simple Devour Downtown post yesterday opened up a flood of response. Based on your emails, some of you have had good deals and others feel it's no deal at all. Of course, the lesson to restaurateurs is that fine diners are just as good at seeing through a cost-cutting menu as industry professionals. (And to be fair, while I've been along for 3 or so previews of Devour Downtowns, there are several places I wouldn't recommend you go where the food was/is not good and the menu wasn't anything special.) We all know Devour Downtown in Indy has never taken on the cache of restaurant weeks in other cities where diners compete for reservations and focus on sampling the hot spots. But I wonder, is two two-week Devour Downtowns too much? Are the poor quality menus a reflection on the economy? Are restaurants themselves fatigued with the event? Are diners? We all know some owners who are outside of downtown and very happy not to have to participate (and others who choose not to.) So, what do you think?