Alexandria’s Winter Restaurant Week is coming back next month with a handful of new eateries to sample.
For 10 days across two weekends, 70 restaurants across Alexandria will offer specials on meals. The event is put together by Visit Alexandria and is scheduled to run from Jan. 17-26.
Restaurant Week aims to showcase local chefs in neighborhoods across the city, from Old Town to the West End. Restaurants include everything from neighborhood favorites to international cuisine.
Three-course dinners for one will be $35 or a dinner for two at the same price. Also during that week, 35 of the restaurants will offer lunch menus at $15 or $22 per person, while more than a dozen restaurants will offer $15-$22 brunches.
A full list of participating restaurants is available online, but new additions to this year’s lineup include:
- Augie’s Mussel House & Beer Garden (1106 King Street)
- The Study at Morrison House (116 S. Alfred Street)
- Rus Uz – Alexandria (210 Swamp Fox Road)
- Mai Thai (6 King Street)
The event started in 2009 and occurs biannually, with winter and summer celebrations.
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