Wilmington’s culinary rite of spring, City Restaurant Week, returns for its 12th year this month. This annual promotion provides great incentive to visit one of Wilmington’s destination restaurants.
The 2016 lineup features 14 of Wilmington’s finest, each owner-operated. That’s one of the beauties of the city’s fine dining scene. Chain restaurants are not an option.
“City Restaurant Week puts spirit in our community, encouraging people to get out, connect with friends and try new restaurants,” says Xavier Teixido, an owner of Harry’s Seafood Grill on the Riverfront. “It highlights the diversity and depth of quality of dining options in our neighborhoods.”
Once again, diners will be treated to an array of menus, offering everything from Asian to French to Latin to Italian. Prix-fixe, two-course lunches are $15. Three-course dinners are $35.
“CRW is the great reminder of what a wonderful, interesting, eclectic city Wilmington is,” says Beth Ross, co-owner of Domaine Hudson. “CRW is not just about experiencing what the city has to offer for a discounted price, but reminding everyone of just what Wilmington is about.”
Make reservations directly with the restaurants.
View restaurant menus at CityRestaurantWeek.com