Charlottesville Restaurant Week

Tired of being cooped up inside from the snowy roads? Looking for something to do this week? Then perhaps you will be glad to hear that Charlottesville Restaurant Week began yesterday, and is running through February 1. NBC News reports:

Charlottesville Restaurants Prep for Winter Restaurant Week

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va (WVIR) – Starting Sunday, you can enjoy special three-course meals in Charlottesville and provide food for families in need. Businesses are stocking their kitchens and setting the tables for the Charlottesville’s winter 2014 restaurant week. …

For full details on the weeks’ events and to see participating venues, check out the official website:

About Restaurant Week

For any diner who has ever dreamed about fine dining without breaking the bank, Restaurant Week is that dream… come true. Modeled on similar events in other cities, this is seven days of good food and good fun. Diners get to choose from each participating restaurant’s special prix fixe menu and enjoy three courses— typically an appetizer, an entree, and dessert— for just $16, $26 or $36. (Beverages, tax, and gratuity not included.) …

Restaurant WeekIf you’re interested in the local color, one reporter went ‘backstage’ Restaurant Week and got an inside look at some of the participating Charlottesville restaurants. He writes quite an interesting article:

Order up: Charlottesville preps for Restaurant Week

Our small city has hundreds of places to eat, and when Charlottesville Restaurant Week kicks off next Monday, thousands of people will descend on its eateries both to raise money for the Boys & Girls Club of Charlottesville and to soak in a culinary culture that’s exploded over the past decade. With just shy of 30 restaurants participating this year…

So why not take a break from the winter blues and take a night out? You might even consider spicing up your night even more by arriving in style with Camryn Limo.  Participate in Charlottesville Restaurant Week and support your local businesses.