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January 23, 2024
(edited 2/22/24 to include The Commons Fooderie)


Fairfax City Restaurant Week Returns with High-Profile Additions from Ever-Growing Dining Scene

Northern Virginia’s Most Globally Diverse Restaurant Scene set for February 26 to March 3


FAIRFAX CITY, VA, JAN. 23, 2024– Fairfax City welcomes diners to experience cuisine from all over the world within the city’s six square miles from Monday, February 26 through Sunday, March 3, 2024, as Fairfax City Restaurant Week returns for its 7th annual program.

Showcasing Fairfax City’s largely locally-owned restaurants and diverse culinary scene, the event has something for everyone. Participating restaurants will offer prix fixe menu experiences at set prices of $25 for brunch/lunch and $40 for dinners. Additionally, specialty restaurants offer a Two for $10 Deal, providing food lovers the opportunity to further explore the rich variety and eclectic flavors of Fairfax food and drink purveyors.

Fairfax City Restaurant Week allows diners to experience flavors from Azerbaijan to Vietnam. The ever-popular program will feature more than 20 participants, including Baku Delicious, Bellissimo Restaurant, Commonwealth Brewing Co., Coyote Grill, Curry Mantra, Dolce Vita Italian Kitchen and Wine Bar, Draper’s Steak & Seafood, El Pollo Rico, Hamrock’s Restaurant, Jas & Fam Caribbean Flavor, Mama Chang, Meokja Meokja, Ned’s New England Deck, ONE Bar & Grill, Ornery Beer Company, Patriots Pub & Grill, P.J. Skidoos, Roots Natural Kitchen, Taim Mediterranean Kitchen, The Wine House, The Commons Fooderie, and ViVi Bubble Tea Fairfax.

“Restaurant Week is that nudge our residents get twice a year that says dining out is a community event. Trying new restaurants, or trying new offerings at favorite places, is something we can do together and we invite other people to join us too,” said Fairfax City Mayor, Catherine Read. “Dining in the city can be a culinary trip around the world without needing a passport.”

“The ongoing success of Fairfax City Restaurant Week is due in part to the hard work of its co-sponsors, the Fairfax City Economic Development Authority, the Central Fairfax Chamber of Commerce, and Old Town Fairfax Business Association,” said Christopher Bruno, CEO and President of Fairfax City Economic Development. “Together, they have consistently expanded the event, establishing Fairfax City as a premier dining destination and fostering a strong sense of community among restaurant operators.”

Composed of representatives from the Fairfax City Economic Development Authority, the Central Fairfax Chamber of Commerce, Fairfax City restaurant owners, the Old Town Business Association and consultants, the 2024 Restaurant Week Committee sets out to expose visitors to Fairfax City to the city’s unique dining scene while strengthening the bonds of community between residents and restaurants. The committee’s actions have successfully increased both the number of diners that participating restaurants welcome during the event as well as brand recognition for participating restaurants.

Diners are encouraged to follow @FairfaxCityRestaurantWeek on Instagram and Facebook and tag #FairfaxCityEats. For more information, visit fairfaxcityrestaurantweek.com.




Heather Menis
Fifth & Main PR

Kerry Curran
Fifth & Main PR

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