7th Annual Brandywine Valley Restaurant Week ends October 22nd

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Brandywine Valley Restaurant Week has been a high-profile event for fine dining in the Brandywine Valley for seven years.

WILMINGTON (DE): It’s starting to get colder out there and the days are becoming shorter and shorter, as fall and a cold front begins to move into our area and amid the pandemic, a lot of city events have cancelled but some exceptions have been made.

The mayor has allowed some of those events so long there were monitors in place to keep those not wearing masks or adhering to social distancing guidelines in check. Sadly, all those wonderful summer events we have all been enjoying are slowly disappearing and so will the 7th Annual Brandywine Valley Restaurant Week which will be ending on Thursday October 22nd.

PHOTO COURTESSY CITY OF WILMINGTON | Brandywine Valley Restaurant Week has been a high-profile event for fine dining in the Brandywine Valley for seven years. Don’t miss your chance to experience this once a year event.

The 11-day restaurant event started Monday. The event was scheduled to end on the 18th but was extended until the 22nd. “Our restaurants are doing a fantastic job,” said the Mayor. “They have been welcoming customers all summer in a safe, socially distanced way, and we are impressed by their resilience and commitment to their customers and the community.”

PHOTO COURTESSY CITY OF WILMINGTON | Brandywine Valley Restaurant Week has been a high-profile event for fine dining in the Brandywine Valley for seven years. Don’t miss your chance to experience this once a year event.

Brandywine Valley’s premiere restaurateurs invite guests for seventh annual Brandywine Valley Restaurant Week. The region’s best chefs and local owners are inviting diners to the Brandywine Valley’s top restaurants. This year’s lineup has also been expanded, featuring 18 of the region’s premier restaurants.

PHOTO COURTESSY CITY OF WILMINGTON | Brandywine Valley Restaurant Week has been a high-profile event for fine dining in the Brandywine Valley for seven years. Don’t miss your chance to experience this once a year event. Photo | At Deep Blue: Tatiana Guerra and Joseph J. Miro

The 2020 edition of BVRW enables guests to dine as they are most comfortable — eat in, dine outside or take meals home — and is an ideal opportunity to connect with friends and try new restaurants. BVRW will also showcase the diversity and depth of the quality of dining options in our region. This restaurant collaboration enables guests to sample the creative cuisine of these fine dining spots at special price points — prix-fixe lunch for $15; prix-fixe dinner for $35.

PHOTO COURTESSY CITY OF WILMINGTON | Brandywine Valley Restaurant Week has been a high-profile event for fine dining in the Brandywine Valley for seven years. Don’t miss your chance to experience this once a year event.

“We are proud to partner with the area’s fine dining restaurants for Brandywine Valley Restaurant Week because we recognize restaurants are the cornerstone of our communities and we are proud to help showcase them,” said Tim Schuler, Director of Marketing for Standard Distributing.

Brandywine Valley Restaurant Week has been a high-profile event for fine dining in the Brandywine Valley for seven years.

PHOTO COURTESSY CITY OF WILMINGTON | Brandywine Valley Restaurant Week has been a high-profile event for fine dining in the Brandywine Valley for seven years. Don’t miss your chance to experience this once a year event.

“Connecting with friends and family over a meal remains a top activity for visitors and residents alike,” added Sarah Willoughby, Executive Director of the Greater Wilmington Convention and Visitors Bureau. “We are thrilled to be able to continue promoting the fine dining scene in the Brandywine Valley.”

This year’s event has been made possible by the sponsorship and partnerships of the Greater Wilmington Convention and Visitors Bureau, Delaware Tourism Office, the Mayor’s Office of the City of Wilmington and Missipilion River Brewing and Standard Distributing.

PHOTO COURTESSY CITY OF WILMINGTON | Brandywine Valley Restaurant Week has been a high-profile event for fine dining in the Brandywine Valley for seven years. Don’t miss your chance to experience this once a year event.

This year’s featured restaurants: Agave Mexican Cuisine, Bardea Food & Drink, BBC Tavern & Grill, Café Mezzanotte, Chelsea Tavern, Columbus Inn, Crow Bar, Cromwell’s American Tavern & Taqueria, Eclipse Bistro, Harry’s Savoy Grill, Hearth Kitchen, Krazy Kat’s, La Fia, Mikimotos, Piccolina Toscana, The Back Burner, Tonic Bar & Grille, and Walter’s Steakhouse.

PHOTO COURTESSY CITY OF WILMINGTON | Brandywine Valley Restaurant Week has been a high-profile event for fine dining in the Brandywine Valley for seven years. Don’t miss your chance to experience this once a year event.

Don’t miss the opportunity to experience the 7th Annual Brandywine Valley Restaurant Week.

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