Lisa Allen

Charlottesville Restaurant Week
Charlottesville Restaurant Week

The Charlottesville area has so many great restaurants, and here’s a great way to try some of them.  Charlottesville Restaurant Week is January 26 – February 1 at many area restaurants.  You can get a three-course meal – appetizer, main course and dessert – for a set price of $16, $26 or $36 depending on which restaurant you choose.  Remember to make reservations before you go, as the restaurants tend to be very busy during this very special week!

Oh… and the most important part… your participation in Restaurant Week helps to feed others in our community.  A portion of the proceeds are donated to the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank. 

So treat yourself to a gourmet meal.  Check out participating restaurants:

http://charlottesvillerestaurantweek.com/participating-restaurant-week-menus-january-2014/

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