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Northern Virginia Restaurant Week 2016 Kicks-Off March 7-14, with First Lady of the Commonwealth

More than 65 restaurants participating in Northern Virginia Restaurant Week, presented by Greater Reston, Loudoun County, Arlington and Prince William Chambers of Commerce, in Partnership with Virginia Restaurant, Lodging & Travel Association.

 

Lansdowne, VA – The First Lady of the Commonwealth, Dorothy McAuliffe, will join representatives of the Greater Reston, Loudoun County, Arlington and Prince William chambers of commerce at JALEO – Crystal City on March 7th to help kick-off the 3rd Annual Northern Virginia Restaurant Week.

Presented in partnership with the Virginia Restaurant, Lodging & Travel Association (VRLTA), Northern Virginia Restaurant Week is March 7th through 14th and will feature nearly 70 restaurants from throughout the region. With restaurants representing a wide variety of cuisines and dining experiences, offering Restaurant Week-themed menu items at both lunch and dinner, there will be dining options available to suit almost every taste and budget.

Mrs. McAuliffe will join the Chamber representatives in presenting a $1,500 check to Share Our Strength, an organization working to end childhood hunger in America by connecting kids to effective nutrition programs like school breakfast and summer meals. Anyone in the Northern Virginia hospitality community, area foodies and the press are invited to attend this event.

Diners can see a full list of restaurants on the Northern Virginia Restaurant Week website and view participating restaurant menus here. For those restaurants registered with OpenTable, diners can make reservations through the Northern Virginia Restaurant Week OpenTable Page.

Learn more about the restaurants participating in Northern Virginia Restaurant Week on our Facebook Page and follow us on Twitter with the hashtag #NoVARestaurantWeek.

“With almost 70 restaurants representing a wide variety of cuisines and dining experiences, diners are going to LOVE Northern Virginia Restaurant Week 2016. The outstanding success of this year’s Restaurant Week really shows how much our local businesses can benefit and even thrive when local Chambers of Commerce work together to support our members and our communities,” said Loudoun County Chamber President Tony Howard.

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If you are a member of the press or would like more information about Northern Virginia Restaurant Week Kick-Off Event please contact Andrea Lucas, Communications Manager at the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce at alucas@loudounchamber.org or call 571-209-9034. For more information about the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce, visit our website: www.LoudounChamber.org.

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