Today begins the start of the seventh annual Brandywine Valley Restaurant Week. Brandywine Valley’s premiere restaurateurs invite guests to partake in the 11-day restaurant week that will run through Thursday, October 22.
The 2020 edition of Restaurant Week enables guests to dine as they are most comfortable, whether that’s eating in, dining outside or taking meals home, and is an ideal opportunity to connect with friends and try new restaurants. Restaurant Week will also showcase the diversity and depth of the quality of dining options in our region. This restaurant collaboration enables guests to sample the creative cuisine of these fine dining spots at special price points: prix-fixe lunch for $15; prix-fixe dinner for $35.
Brandywine Valley Restaurant Week has been a high-profile event for fine dining in the Brandywine Valley for seven years. “Connecting with friends and family over a meal remains a top activity for visitors and residents alike,” added Sarah Willoughby, Executive Director of the Greater Wilmington Convention and Visitors Bureau. “We are thrilled to be able to continue promoting the fine dining scene in the Brandywine Valley.”
This year’s event has been made possible by the sponsorship and partnerships of the Greater Wilmington Convention and Visitors Bureau, Delaware Tourism Office, the Mayor’s Office of the City of Wilmington and Missipilion River Brewing and Standard Distributing.
This year’s featured restaurants: