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VA Beach Restaurant Week Starts Jan 15th, 2012- Norfolk Jan 22nd

Williamsburg VA started their Restaurant week on Jan 8th, 2012 Va Beach follows staring this Sunday, Jan. 15 to Sunday, Jan. 22  , more than 70 of Virginia Beach’s finest restaurants will be participating in – Virginia Beach Restaurant Week. Enjoy two-course prix fixe lunches for $11.12 and three-course prix fixe dinners for $20.12 and $27.12 throughout the week.

You can Indulge in pepper seared tuna, slow cooked prime rib, homemade crab bisque and unrivaled Lynnhaven oysters, not to mention desserts such as coconut flan and warm butter tortes. Appetizers and main dishes range from chicken and steak, to pasta, salmon, and many local deep-sea favorites.

Participants this year  Include: Abbey Road Pub * Baker’s Crust * Black Angus * Burton’s Grill * Casby’s Sea Grill * Catch 31 * Croakers Neighborhood Grill * Doc Taylors * Eat an American Bistro * Eurasia * Gordon Biersch Brewery * Hot Tuna * Icehouse Restaurant * Just George’s * La Bella Italia * Lucky Oyster * Lynnhaven Fish House * Mahi Mah’s * Murphy’s Irish Pub * New Moon Cafe * One Fish Two Fish * Pasta and Pani * Rockafeller’s * Saffron * Sonoma Wine Bar * Tautog’s * Terrapin * Yanni’s Casual Greek … and MORE

Menus and more can be found here for VA Beach

Norfolk Restaurant Week gets going on Jan. 22 and ends on Sunday, Jan. 29.

In Norfolk, 22 restaurants are featured. They’re offering three-course dinner menus for either $20 or $30, and some locations are also offering a 2-course lunch for $10.

Websites include full menus. Click   here for Norfolk.

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