Wonder no more, we have that info for you right here! If you love to eat as much as we do, we suggest you check this out. Because different cities host a number of restaurant weeks throughout the year, we’re going to focus on the ones happening during the summer and in the fall, and yes, we’ll update the list as the time goes on.
Seattle, WA: This incredible city is known for its tasty coffee and fresher than fresh marine products. From wild caught salmon to succulent oysters, this is one of the best places to indulge in seafood. However, culinary influences from south of the border, north of the border, and across the ocean, have made Seattle one of the most eclectic food cities in the nation.
Restaurant Week, October: There are officially two restaurant weeks in Seattle, one in April and the other in October. While the dates aren’t set in stone just yet, you can get in touch with the organizers for a preview of what’s to come.
Las Vegas, NV: – While Sin City is best known for its abundance of happening hotels and casinos, it is also rather famous for its decadent shows and delectable cuisine. That’s because this over the top metropolis has some of the best chefs in the county, like Gordon Ramsey and Nobu Matsuhisa, attracting foodies from near and far.
Restaurant Week, August 22-28: Happening fairly soon, Las Vegas restaurant week is going to be a seriously epic event. Considering just how many incredible chefs will be serving up something special during the anticipated food mecca, it’s hard not to get excited.
New Orleans, LA: We give you fare warning, this is a seriously food-obsessed city! Once you visit and try the deliciousness New Orleans is famous for – think gumbo, rice, dumplings, and so on - you may never be able to eat anywhere ever again. Taking inspiration from the states that surround it, Louisiana gave life to a rather unique breed of cuisine.
Restaurant Week, September 8-14: Perhaps this is one of the few restaurant weeks NOT happening in August, which is great news since there is only so much eating one person can actually do in a month. Never the less, if you can make it here you’ll thank us later, because the food really is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G.
Charleston, SC: We simply can’t talk about food cities without mentioning Charleston. It’s not only famous for its impeccable cuisine - the fried chicken and mashed potatoes are to die for - but also for its innovative approach to decorating. Setting the vibe is a big deal here, hence the extra mile makes dining that much more enjoyable.
Restaurant Week, September 3-14: Clearly one week is not enough to satisfy the food-enthusiastic locals, so they made it a week + long. Serving up all types of goodness at reasonable prices, there are few places more inviting than this super amazing event.
Boston, MA: – Bean town is known for its food and we’re not just talking about legumes here. With old-school favorites getting contemporary makeovers, and new dishes - like fried oysters and spicy curries - bringing in foodies from across the nation, Boston is where it’s at!
Restaurant Weeks, August 17-22 & 24-29: Now known as Dine Out Boston, the bean city’s restaurant weeks are something to get excited about. Going on for two weeks in August, because apparently this is the month for discount dining, visitors can eat their hearts out.
New York City, NY: It’s not hard to see why New York is one of the absolute best food cities in America, hence the restaurant week lasts about a month. Thinking about the abundance of cultures that come together in this melting pot, this is where people go to try something new and exciting. From Thai to Malaysian, Russian to French, American to Italian, New York has everything for every palate.
Restaurant Weeks, July 21 - August 15: Top chefs from around the world come to New York in order to showcase their skills, open their restaurants, and find fame and fortune. Bringing together all types of people from all walks of life, this is one of the best times to come to the bustling metropolis for some serious deliciousness.