How Vermont Restaurant Week works


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Choose a restaurant

Browse the list of participating eateries. Menus for many participating restaurants are available now. Please peruse the menus to plan your week.
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Make an early reservation

Pick a day (or several): April 20-29, 2018. Contact the restaurant and tell them you're coming for "Restaurant Week."
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Ask for the special menu

When you arrive, ask for the "Restaurant Week" menu and enjoy a multi-course dinner for $20, $30 or $40 per person. Some places offer breakfast, brunch or lunch specials as well.
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Share your adventure

Go to our Facebook page and talk about your dining experience. Tag your tweets, snaps and Instagram pics with #vtrestoweek.

Brunch Bash

Treat yo’ self at the
Restaurant Week finale.

Munch on brunch bites, sip on a Bloodys and listen to surf music by the High Breaks at the Brunch Bash — a decadent tasting event featuring your favorite chefs.


Vermont Foodbank/City Market

Donate while
you dine!

Did you know that $3 provides five meals to Vermonters in need? Select restaurants are donating $1 from every meal sold to the Vermont Foodbank. Also, City Market is donating 40% from its Rally for Change initiative during the entire month of April.


The Dish

What the Hemp?
A CBD discussion

Join a panel of local experts including; farmers, chefs, business owners and agronomists for a lively discussion about CBD and how it’s impacting our food system.


Culinary Trivia Night

Feed your brain
with food trivia!

Brush up on bylines before expanding your waistline at Culinary Trivia Night: Seven Days Food News. The winning team earns a private sunset cruise for 10 aboard the Friend Ship!


Food and drink
go hand in hand.

Quench your thirst this Restaurant Week with a cold brew from Switchback, a cocktail from WhistlePig Rye Whiskey or a hard cider from Shacksbury Cider. Join us as we raise a glass to the Vermont food scene. Cheers!


Stretch & Sip

Ommm before you
nommmmmm.

Head over to the taproom at Switchback for an all-levels foodie flow in the brewery. This hour-long vinyasa-style class will focus on digestion, detoxification and mindful eating. End your practice with a pint or a flight.


Cooking With WhistlePig

Whet your whistle
and your appetite!

At the Essex, Vermont’s Culinary Resort & Spa, students learn how to prepare a three-course meal featuring WhistlePig Whiskey from one of the Cook Academy Chefs.


Brattleboro

Hey, Southern Vermont...
hope you're hungry!

Seven Brattleboro restaurants are participating this year. Find out who's involved.


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