The Virginia Beach Restaurant Association (VBRA) is serving up another course of their popular Virginia Beach Restaurant Week, October 2-8, 2017.
The area’s largest restaurant week gives diners plenty of options this go around. The toughest could be choosing which of the approximately 90 participating restaurants to visit during the 7-day event.
Diners will also have the option of picking between two price points for lunch and three price points for dinner. A two-course lunch is priced at either $10 or $15 per person while three-course dinners cost either $20, $25 or $35 per person, depending on the individual establishment. All offerings exclude beverages, tax and gratuity.
One of the most anticipated culinary events of the year, Virginia Beach Restaurant Week is a great way for patrons to indulge in culinary creations by the best local chefs. The restaurants serving up these tasty value-priced meals span the city from shore to pasture. A full list of participating restaurants is available at VBRestaurantWeek.com. In addition, patrons can search for their choices by geography – General Booth, Great Neck, Hilltop, Kempsville, Lynnhaven, Northampton, Red Mill, the Resort area, Shore Drive and The Town Center.
New additions to this year’s list of participating restaurants include Le Yaca, CP Shuckers on Shore Drive, Ocean’s 14, The Butcher’s Son, Coyote Cafe 51, Wasserhund Brewing Company, Americana Roadside Grill, Blue Pete’s Restaurant, Salvatore’s Pizzeria and Ristorante, and Tubby’s Tavern newest location in the Kempsville Area.
This is not a ticketed event, however, reservations are recommended and gift certificates are available for purchase. Restaurants participating in Virginia Beach Restaurant Week that take the gift certificates will be noted on the website. Visit VBRestaurantWeek.com or call 757-422-4420 for more information.
This 2017 Virginia Beach Restaurant Week is presented by the Virginia Beach Restaurant Association, a community partner of the Virginia Beach Convention & Visitors Bureau, and Sysco of Hampton Roads. The VBRA is comprised of restaurants and businesses dedicated to keeping the city’s restaurant scene vibrant by providing diverse culinary choices and enjoyable dining experiences.