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Lynchburg Restaurant Week 2018

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Bootleggers on Bluffwalk in Lynchburg is participating in Restaurant Week.

It’s that time again!  Restaurant Week 2018 is back for its 7th year.  June 23 -30, 2018.  More restaurants are participating this year than ever before.  And for the first time, the restaurants have set their own prices on their discounted menus, which will allow for much more creativity and menu choices for you.  The charity benefiting from this years proceeds is Meals on Wheels of Central Virginia.  25 percent of the business sponsorship will be received by this incredible organization that helps many in the Lynchburg area.

Many of the 2018 restaurants have been generously participating from the beginning.  “Old” favorites include Crown Sterling, the Depot Grille, Farm Basket, Isabella’s, Jimmy’s on the James, Neighbor’s Place and Shoemakers.  New participants include Bootleggers, Choice Hibachi Buffet, El Jefe, Fire & Hops Taphouse, Iron & Ale, My Dog Duke’s Diner and Trio.  As in years past the restaurants are spread throughout Lynchburg.  Many are downtown and will showcase all that downtown is becoming–a vibrant dining scene.  Others are a bit further from the core of Lynchburg in Wyndhurst, Cornerstone and Forest.  All have pulled together delicious menu options, some starting at a low of 3 courses for $15.  A few restaurants are offering a lunch and dinner menu with different choices for each meal.  What a perfect way to explore one of Lynchburg’s new restaurants or to try an old favorite you have been ignoring.

A few of the menu choices include:

  • Starters: crab and brie soup, pretzel bites with beer cheese, frickle chips, Cajun krab dip, Thai chili calamari, queso fundido, jalapeno poppers or fried green tomatoes and mozzarella stack.
  • Main course options include:  kickin’ Cajun chicken, sundried tomato pesto chicken with cavatappi noodles, porky fig pizza, herb crusted cod nicoise, salmon imperial, chicken and waffles, Tuscan skewers and a cheezy western.
  • Don’t forget dessert: fried Oreos, tres leche, cannoli, toasted coconut ice cream sundae, Key lime pie, chocolate blackout cake or a blondie brownie.

For a complete listing of participating restaurants, hours, sample menus, and ore details visit www.LynchburgRestaurantWeek.com.  Start planning your week of dining out now, you’ll be glad you did!

As always, if you are staying with us at The Carriage House Inn Bed and Breakfast you are within walking distance to all of downtown’s great dining options.  And don’t forget the Hopper runs each evening if you’d like to visit several participating restaurants without walking from one to the other.