The Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce (GRCC) is partnering with Virginia Hospitality & Travel Association (VHTA) to produce 2015 Northern Virginia Restaurant Week, one of the biggest celebrations of dining out in Northern Virginia.
The Second Annual Northern Virginia Restaurant Week is being held from Monday, March 23 to Monday, March 30. It’s a weeklong, value-priced dining experience taking place at a variety of establishments, ranging from fine dining to fast casual, according to the Chamber. Specific information on the dining deals menus can be found on the Northern Virginia Restaurant Week Web site.
“We are happy to partner with the Reston Chamber on this event,” said Eric Terry, president of Virginia Hospitality Travel Association. “Northern Virginia Restaurant Week gives our members in this area an opportunity to showcase their cuisine and capture new customers.”
“The Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce is also dedicated to placing the needs of the hospitality and restaurant community first,” said Mark Ingrao, president and CEO of the Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce. “Partnering with VHTA to bring more business during an ordinarily slow time for the hospitality industry helps fulfill a GRCC commitment to promote business development and offer marketing exposure to our business community.”
Building on the success of last year, the event once again brings together some of the area’s favorite and is adding some new restaurants, including:
-American Tap Room (Reston)
-Big Bowl (Reston)
-Captain Mas Crab House (Sterling)
-II Fornaio (Reston)
-McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood and Steaks
-Mon Ami Gabi
-The Melting Pot
-Paladar Latin Kitchen & Rum Bar
-JALEO by Jose Andres
-Trummer’s On Main
-More restaurants are being added so stay tuned.