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Enjoy Williamsburg’s finest dining at a fraction of the price. 2012 Williamsburg Restaurant Week Starts Soon !

2012 Restaurant Week in Williamsburg is Jan. 8 – Jan. 21, 2012

imageDining at some of the Williamsburg VA’s  top restaurants at bargain prices is pretty much what Williamsburg Restaurant Week is all about.

The event for 2012 runs   Jan. 8 – Jan. 21, 2012   featuring 19 restaurants offering a cornucopia of international cuisines. . There will be fixed priced dinners and fixed priced lunches. For dinner, there will be three-course menus for $20.10 or $30.10 and two-course lunch menus for $10.10. Tax, alcohol and gratuity not included.
Why not celebrate the New Year by visiting a few restaurants you haven’t been to yet  at a fraction of the normal price.

This event is hosted by the Williamsburg Restaurant Association and is sure to serve up the best Williamsburg dining has to offer. Reservations are suggested.


Starting Monday, Jan. 15, 2012  nibble, gnaw, sip and slurp your way through specially-priced, multi-course lunch and dinner menus at a total of 92 restaurants in Virginia Beach and Norfolk.

The lineup includes high-brow, low-brow and mid-brow eateries, something for everyone.

Virginia Beach Restaurant Week heats up first, starting Monday , Jan. 15   and running through Sunday, Jan. 22. Norfolk Restaurant Week gets going on Jan. 22 and wipes up the last crumbs on Sunday, Jan. 29.

In Norfolk, 22 restaurants had signed on as of this morning. They’re offering three-course dinner menus for either $20 or $30, and some locations are also offering a 2-course lunch for $10.

In Virginia Beach, where 70 restaurants will participate, lunches are $11.12 and dinners $20.12 or $27.12.

Websites include full menus. Click here for Virginia Beach and here for Norfolk.

The following restaurants in Williamsburg will be participating for 2012

*ArtCafe 26 ~ Lunch or dinner at $10.12 and $20.12 in New Town  5107-2 Center Street -757-565-7788

*Baker’s Crust ~Lunch or Dinner $20.12 ( Next to Trader Joe’s)  5234 Monticello Ave #115 757-253-2787

*Berret’s Seafood Restaurant – lunch or dinner at $20.10 – 199 South Henry Street, ( In Merchants Square) 757- 253-1847 

*Black Angus Grille – lunch or dinner at $20.10 & $30.10 – 1433 Richmond Road  757- 229-6823

*Buon Amici – lunch or dinner at $20.10 – 5201 Center Street, in New Town  220-8188 

*Cafe Provencal ~ Dinner  $30.12 @ The Williamsburg Winery 5800 Wessex Hundred(757) 941-0317

*Center Street Grille ~ Dinner  $20.12  -5101 Center Street in New Town 
(757) 220-4600

*The Cove Tavern ~ Lunch or Dinner  $20.12  (Used to be The Backfin)  3701 Strawberry Plains Road   Phone (757) 208 – 0539

*The Crust ~ Lunch $10.12 In the new Tribe Square next to WAWA on Richmond Rd
Phone: 757.603.6981

*Eagles at Kingsmill ~ Lunch or Dinner $10.12 & $30.12 @Kingsmill  757.253.1703

*Legends Ale House ~ Lunch $10.12   Inside the Black Angus Grill on Richmond Rd across from High Street  1433 Richmond Road, (757) 229-6823

*LeYaca – dinner at $30.10 – 1915 Pocahontas Trail, Across from Kingsmill
220-3616   Best French Restaurant in town !

*Opus 9 Steakhouse – lunch or dinner at $30.10 – 5143 Main Street in New Town, next to American Family Fitness  645-4779

*Outback Steakhouse – dinner at $20.10 – 3026 Richmond Road, 229-8648

*Riverwalk Restaurant – lunch or dinner at $20.10 – 323 Water Street, Yorktown, 875-1525 

*Sal’s by Victor – lunch or dinner at $20.10 – 1425 Richmond Road, 220-2641 in the Williamsburg Shopping Center, near Bloom Market. 

*Seasons Restaurant ~ Lunch  $10.12 110 South Henry St, in Merchants Square
TEL: 757-259-0018

*Second Street An American Bistro – lunch or dinner at $20.10 – 140 Second Street, 220-2286 

*Williamsburg Inn-Terrace Room – dinner at $30.10 – 136 East Francis Street, 800-447-8679


So which ones are you going to try ?


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