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Restaurant Month 2013 in Williamsburg VA

williamsburg restaurant monthWould you like to try some of Williamsburg’s best restaurants at reduced prices  ? What used to be Williamsburg Restaurant week has turned into  Restaurant Month and will run for the entire month of January 2013

I love this promotion in that it gives us a chance to go to our favorite restaurants without killing my wallet.

You can enjoy a two course lunch menu for $10.11. For dinner, there will be three-course menus for $20.10 or $30.10. Tax, alcohol and gratuity not included.

This event is hosted by the Williamsburg Restaurant Association.. For more information on the Williamsburg Area Restaurant Association click here. Reservations are suggested.

Participating Restaurants include:

 Bakers Crust * L/D  5234 Monticello Avenue 253-2787

 Berret’s Seafood Restaurant * L/D  199 South Henry Street 253-1847

 Blue Talon Bistro * L/D .13420 Prince George Street 476-2583

 Buon Amici * L/D  5201 Center Street 220-8188

 LeYaca * D  1915 Pocahontas Trail 220-3616

 Opus 9 Steakhouse * L/D  5143 Main Street 645-4779

 Sal’s by Victor * L/D $ 1252 Richmond Road 220-2641

 Seasons Restaurant *L/D  110 S. Henry Street 259-0018

 Second Street An American Bistro * L/D  140 Second Street 220-2286

 Stephano’s Pizza & Subs * L $ 110 S. Henry Street 476-8999

 The Crust * L/D  249 Richmond Road 603-6981

 The Kitchen at Powhatan *  3601 Ironbound Road 253-7893

 The Williamsburg Inn * D  136 East Francis Street 800-447-8679

 "Traditions" at The Williamsburg Lodge * D 310 South England Street 229-2141

*May not be combined with any other promotions or discounts.

Check out the wonderful selection of items on the menus listed below.
Restaurant MONTH Menus 2013

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