A Week (or More) of Culinary Indulgence

by Casey Higgins | Posted: Jan 7, 2011 | Updated: Apr 17, 2018

Comments: 4 Comments

Take advantage of great dining deals at restaurants across Virginia during various Restaurant Week events!

Dining in NorfolkVirginia Beach has an extensive list (more than 60) of participating restaurants for their 6th Annual Restaurant Week, happening January 9-16. Grab a great lunch for $11.11 and three-course prix-fixe dinners for $20.11.

Northern Virginia restaurants are included in the Washington, DC Restaurant Week happening January 17-23.  Choose from participants in Alexandria, Arlington, Clifton, Fairfax, Falls Church, McLean, Reston, and Vienna! Three-course lunches are $20.11, and three-course dinners are $35.11.

Alexandria also has their own Restaurant WeekJanuary 21-30, where 60 restaurants are offering three-course dinners for $35 (and an option for a dinner-for-two for $35).

Norfolk’s Restaurant Week is January 23-30 with three-course dinners available for either $20 or $30 at nearly 25 dining establishments.

Charlottesville is geared up for Restaurant Week, January 24-30. Dinners are three courses for $26.

Restaurant Week in Williamsburg has been so successful that it has stretched into Williamsburg Restaurant Month! Through the 31st, two-course lunches are $10.11 and three-course dinners are either $20.11 or $30.11.

For more dining options in Virginia, see the complete list or filter by your taste buds at Virginia.org.


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Avatar CH says:

Is there a restaurant week in Loudoun County? Do the wineries participate?

And will there be a restaurant week in Richmond?

Avatar Casey says:

Not all of the restaurant weeks are occurring in January. To my knowledge, wineries do not participate, but there’s always a chance! Richmond’s week is typically in October. Some of the restaurants participating in the DC Restaurant Week may be Loudoun County establishments, but besides that, I’m not aware of an actual Loudoun County Restaurant Week.

Hi CH & Casey: We don’t have a traditional Restaurant Week here in Loudoun, but there is some planning in the works for a week long dining event that may take place this summer that will include our wineries. Participating restaurants must incorporate local produce and wine into special menus for the week. Keep an eye on our website for developments: VisitLoudoun.org. Thanks for the question!