Downtown Norfolk Restaurant Week is back to showcase the best of Downtown Norfolk’s dining scene and to support our Downtown restaurants from January 16-23. Enjoy delicious, multi-course meals at special Restaurant Week prices all week long. Reservations are recommended.
Think of Restaurant Week as a “Choose Your Own Culinary Adventure”: scope out the menus ahead of time to see which places or menu items you don’t want to miss — and enjoy one of the most delicious weeks of the year! Check out some of these examples of how good each course can be.
Get your meal started off on the right foot with amazing appetizers. We can’t wait to try the Bacon Wrapped Goat Cheese Figs and Cheddar Bay Hush Puppies on 219 Bistro’s $30 menu and $40 menu. And if you have never tried the Tomato Salad with Feta Cheese on Monastery Restaurant’s $40 menu, you are seriously missing out; it’s a deliciously briny flavor combination you’ll be craving again.
The second course could be considered the main event or the star of the show. Each of our participating restaurants is definitely showcasing their best on the entrees. The Sage Pork Chop with apple butter from Freemason Abbey’s $40 menu is a hearty and flavorful feast perfect for winter. The Shrimp Curry from Grace O’Malley’s Irish Pub & Restaurant’s $30 menu will keep you warm during the cold weather, as will the Chicken and Sausage Gumbo from Hair of the Dog’s $14 menu, available for lunch and brunch.
Your meal deserves a sweet ending, and we have anything you could want to satisfy your sweet tooth! The Fruity Pebble Creme Brulee on Omar’s Carriage House’s $40 menu elevates your favorite childhood cereal to a more gourmet level. Or go the comfort food route with Blue Moon TapHouse’s Skillet Baked Salted Caramel and Toffee Cookie from their $30 menu.
14 Restaurants to Choose From
This is just a taste of what Downtown Norfolk Restaurant Week has in store for you. Be sure to check out all participating restaurants and their menus here to plan out every meal of your Restaurant Week in Downtown Norfolk.