Participating Restaurants



50 W. Water Street | 540.432.0105
Hours: Sun 11:30am-9pm; Mon-Wed 11:00am-9:30pm; Thurs-Friday 11:00am-11:30pm; Sat 11:30am-11:30pm

This swanky restaurant brings Asian Fusion flavors to downtown.  In addition to tapas, salads, and entrees, Beyond's Sushi Chef Praserth Saesow serves up more than 17 different types of sushi rolls. You can dine inside or opt for the patio on beautiful, warm days. 

Restaurant Week Special: Enjoy a 2-course meal with sushi, Vietnamese, and Korean options for a special price.


217 S. Liberty St. #102 | 540.434.3542
Hours: Mon-Sat 11am-2pm (Lunch) & 4:30-8pm (Dinner)

BoBoKo offers a bright and cozy space with a total of 20 seats and a view of the kitchen. The foods that Chef Ridwan creates use the exotic spices and ingredients of Indonesia. You'll find many vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options on the menu, including homemade ice cream and French macarons for a sweet ending. 

Restaurant Week Special: For this week only, BoBoKo will offer Indonesian Rijsttafel (pictured), which translates to 'Rice Table'. Rijsttafel consists of many side dishes served in small portions accompanied by rice. Diners can enjoy this Indonesian tradition while trying a wide array of dishes from the menu (a total of 10 items to share). Rijsttafel will be offered to parties of four of more.


70 W. Water Street | 540.434.1789
Hours: Sun & Mon 11am-9pm; Tues-Thurs 11am-10pm; Fri & Sat 11am-Midnight

Owner, Steve Pizarro is a first generation Cuban-American with a deep passion for all things food and drink. He's re-imagined the Cuban-style burgers, known as "fritas", that he enjoyed during his childhood. The burgers take center stage on the menu, but you'll also find classic cocktails, craft beer and a creative spin on traditional Cuban cuisine. The low-light atmosphere sets the tone and the music keeps things lively.

Restaurant Week Special: Cuban Burger will be offering a traditional Cuban dish called Picadillo (pee-ka-dee-yo). A stewed, ground beef hash served over white rice and topped with a fried egg. The hash includes onion, peppers, garlic, cumin, oregano, peas, pimentos and fried potatoes. This entree will be offered during lunch and dinner, and quantities will be limited. Each entree will be $13.


126 W. Bruce Street | 540.433.3663
Hours: Sun 10am-2pm; Tues-Fri 11am-2pm (Lunch) & 4-10pm (Dinner); Sat 11am-2pm (Brunch) & 4-10pm (Dinner)

One visit and you'll see why guests crave their global comfort food, inspired cocktails, and gracious charm. The menu explores a broad spectrum of styles, traditions and flavors, and is filled with truly unique dishes you won't find anywhere else. You don't want to miss out on their award-winning brunch and cocktails (2015-2017 Best Brunch and Most Creative Cocktails, Virginia Living Magazine). 

Restaurant Week Special: Wednesday, March 7th, Food.Bar.Food will be hosting The Valley Dish IV (reservations required for this event) with Shenandoah Valley Organics. They will also introduce our Spring menu. Additional promotions coming soon.


135 S. Main Street | 540.437.9000
Hours: Mon-Fri 11am-7pm; Sat 9am-4pm

PULP is a smoothie bar located inside of the Shenandoah Bicycle Company. Their specialty is açai bowls. These sweet treats, made from the fruit of the açai palm tree in Brazil, are the perfect healthy snack or meal. They are blended with organic non-dairy milks, apple juice or mate and a variety of organic fruits. 

Restaurant Week Special: Try PULP's new Vegetarian Tacos and get a complimentary açai and chocolate truffle.

34 S. Main Street | 540.615.5888
Hours: Sun-Sat 11am-2:30pm (Lunch buffet) & 5-9:30pm (Dinner) 

Taj of India is an authentic, fine dining Indian restaurant located near Court Square in downtown. Their lunch buffet has a large selection of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes to satisfy every craving. 

Restaurant Week Special: Enjoy specials at Taj of India throughout the week.