FXBG Restaurant Week starting Friday

January 13, 2020 | Community News | Events

Downtown Fredericksburg’s semi-annual Restaurant Week event will kick off Friday and run through Jan. 26. Restaurant Week is the perfect opportunity to sample downtown Fredericksburg’s excellent dining scene. Participating restaurants this year include:

    • 25-30 Espresso
    • Agora Downtown Coffee Shop
    • Alpine Chef Restaurant
    • Bistro at the Courtyard by Marriott
    • Brock’s Riverside Grill
    • Capital Ale House
    • Castiglia’s
    • Cork & Table
    • Dark Star Saloon & Cafe
    • Deutschland Downtown
    • Eileen’s Bakery
    • Fahrenheit 132
    • Foode
    • Italian Station
    • J. Brian’s Tap Room
    • Juan More Taco
    • Katora Coffee
    • Kybecca
    • La Petite Auberge
    • Orofino
    • Pimenta
    • Sammy T’s Restaurant
    • Sedona Taphouse
    • Soup and Taco
    • Soup and Taco 2
    • Spencer Devon Brewing
    • Sunken Well Tavern
    • TAPA RIO
    • Vivify Burger & Lounge

Participating restaurants can offer a variety of breakfast, lunch, drinks and dinner options, with price points ranging from $6.20 to $30.20. To view more info and menus, follow Restaurant Week on Facebook or visit fxbgrw.com.

People planning to sample many of the restaurants should participate in the Economic Development and Tourism Department’s Restaurant Week Passport Program. People who dine at five or more participating restaurants during Winter Restaurant Week can qualify to win $250 worth of downtown gift cards. To qualify, diners should get a Restaurant Week passport, have it stamped after eating at participating restaurants, and bring the completed passport to the Fredericksburg Visitor Center at 706 Caroline St. Everybody who brings a passport with five or more stamps to the Visitor Center by 5 p.m. January 27 will qualify for a random drawing to win the $250 in cards. Passports will be available starting Friday. You can print passports from the Restaurant Week website starting Friday or pick one up at the Visitor Center. Participating restaurants will have limited copies of the passports.

“Dining is such an integral part of the downtown Fredericksburg experience,” said Fredericksburg Visitor Center Manager Danelle Rose, who coordinates the event. “For many, Winter Restaurant Week provides a wonderful introduction to downtown’s many topnotch restaurants. You’ll be amazed at the variety and quality of menu items available. Our dedicated chefs embrace this opportunity to showcase their talents to both new and returning customers. Our Restaurant Week events have become a twice-annual fixture for downtown, and we can’t wait to see what our great chefs have in store this year. Come on down and experience it for yourself!”

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