Enjoy delicious prix fixe menus carefully selected by the restaurants around Town Center.

Virginia Beach locals love a good bite to eat, so that's why Virginia Beach is having its second restaurant week this year! From delicious Southern comfort food to exotic Indian cuisine, the Town Center Restaurant Week has something for everyone.

WHEN: March 24-30

WHERE: Virginia Beach Town Center | 222 Central Park Avenue, Virginia Beach, VA 23462 | Participating restaurants include Bravo Cucina Italiana, Confetti Cafe and Gelato, Gordon Biersch Brewery, Interlude Restaurant, Jimmy John’s, Keagan’s Irish Pub, Macaron Tart, McCormick & Schmick’s, Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Saffron Indian Bistro, Sonoma Town Center, The Royal Chocolate, Tupelo Honey, Yard House, and more! Find the full list here.

How It Works

Check out which restaurants are participating. When you find one that you are interested in, make a reservation.

Head on into the participating restaurant of your choice and ask for their Restaurant Week menu. You can, of course, order from the regular menu, but why not take advantage of the specials? 

Courtesy of Tupelo Honey

Are the Deals That Good?

Absolutely. This year, you can get lunch or brunch for $10-$15 per person. Dinner will be $25-$35 per person.

To give you a peek into how great these prices are, here's an idea of what you could order:

Tupelo Honey ($25 dinner for one): I would start with the Fried Green Tomatoes, choose the Buttermilk Fried Chicken for the main course, and finish off my meal with the Brown Butter Pecan Pie.

Saffron Bistro ($25-$35 per person): I would start with the Veg Samosa, have the Chicken Tikki Masala for my main course, and finish off the meal with Gajar Halwa. 

Keagans ($25 dinner for one): I would start off with the Bacon Cheese Balls, enjoy the Fish N Chips for my main course, and choose the Fried Cookie Dough for dessert. 

Courtesy of Yard House

**Featured photo courtesy of Keagan's Irish Pub

Are you looking forward to Town Center's Restaurant Week? Are there any particular restaurants you hope to try? Tell us in the comments below!

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