Virginia Beach Restaurant Week

Virginia Beach Restaurant Week is January 12-19!

Let your appetite run wild at one of our favorite culinary Virginia Beach events that allows you to sample the best Virginia Beach restaurants for a reduced, fixed price. You'll be able to enjoy extremely reasonably priced two or three-course meals at some of the top area restaurants, like Ruth's Chris Steakhouse, McCormick and Schmick, Baker's Crust, and Rudee's on the Inlet. This is one of our favorite Virginia Beach events!

Some of our favorite restaurants are on the list, including: 

Lunch at one of our favorite family restaurants, Baker's Crust!
  • Abbey Road Pub
  • Baker's Crust
  • Black Angus
  • Catch 31
  • Chick's Oyster Bar
  • Cobalt Grille
  • Eurasia
  • Fire and Vine
  • Hot Tuna
  • Il Giardino
  • Isle of Capri
  • Lynnhaven Fish House
  • Mahi Mahi's
  • McCormick & Schmidt
  • Melting Pot
  • Murphy's Irish Pub
  • One Fish Two Fish
  • Rockafeller's
  • Rudee's on the Inlet
  • Ruth's Chris Steakhouse
  • Saffron
  • Sonoma Wine Bar
  • Sweetwater
  • Waterman's Surfside Grill
  • Yanni's Casual Greek

(Click here for insider reviews of Baker's Crust-- love those Nutella dessert crepes-- as well as Chick's, and Rockafeller's.)

Thanks to this special event, you'll be able to enjoy prix-fixe two-course lunches for $10 and three-course dinners for $20 and $30 (depending on whether you're visiting for lunch or dinner). Prices are per person and do not include tax, gratuity, or beverages.

Visit www.dineinvb.com or call (757) 422-4420 for participating restaurants, menus and more information.

In the meantime, here's how to eat at Virginia Beach restaurants for less! 



Looking for more things to do
in Virginia Beach?

If you're like me, you don't just want to save occasionally on food and entertainment...you want to save all the time!

So I've done the research for you. Check out my Cheap Eats page for tips on how to save on eating out, kids eat free deals, and the best time of the year to buy Entertainment books.

Check out our dedicated Events & Festivals page for more things to do by season in Virginia Beach.

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