25 restaurants are participating in this year’s Downtown Norfolk Restaurant Week.
It runs through Sunday, July 23, and is “bigger, tastier and fresher than ever,” according to the Downtown Norfolk Council, which sponsors the event.
Menus and parking info can be found at DowntownNorfolk.org. Reservations are recommended.
“This is our 23rd Downtown Norfolk Restaurant Week, and we are thrilled that we have so many restaurants that have been with us since day one in addition to the new restaurants that have joined the roster this summer,” said Mary Miller, president and CEO of Downtown Norfolk Council.
“Downtown has never been as vibrant, and there is a buzz that is propelling all of our businesses. Downtown Restaurant Week is a perfect time to sample a few restaurants, see a show or do a little shopping. We want people to experience as much as they can while they are here,” said Miller.
Some AltDaily recommended restaurants include Commune, in the old Work Release space in the NEON, which is offering $12 lunch and $35 dinner; Field Guide, located at 429 Granby Street, which is offering $12 for both lunch and dinner; Omar’s Carriage House, at 313 W. Bute Street in Freemason, which is offering $12 lunch and $35 dinner; Vintage Kitchen, at 999 Waterside Drive with great views of the water, who is offering a $35 dinner; and Saint Germain, at 255 Granby Street, which is offering a $35 dinner.