Viva Fall River! Restaurant Week Returns as Local Eateries Unite
Viva Fall River and The City of Fall River are both kickstarting Fall River Restaurant Week.
Fall River Restaurant Week offers 10 days of delicious deals for diners from across the SouthCoast and Rhode Island starting Friday, March 24. This year’s event will take place through Sunday, April 2, 2023, and features 21 dining establishments in Fall River. This year’s Restaurant Week has been expanded to provide an additional weekend for local diners and regional foodies to enjoy an array of appetizing and affordable cuisine.
Participating restaurants include:
110 Grill, Avo’s Feast, BarCa, Brayton Ave Café, Choco-Latte Café, Christopher’s Cafe Carma, Duke’s Bakery, Dunny’s BBQ, Ed’s Famous BBQ, Europa Pastries & Coffee Shop, Faneek’s, Granite Grille, Joe’s Shish Kabob Lebanese, Room 251, Sr. Marie Restaurant, T A Restaurant, Tequila Lime Cantina, The Path Restaurant Lounge, The Tipsy Toboggan, Thyme Blossom, and Towne House & Douro Steakhouse.
The two-course lunch or special lunch option is $15 per person, while the three-course dinner is $30 per person. These prices are not inclusive of beverages, tax, and gratuity. Restaurants will also offer their regular menu alongside these special prix fixe offerings. Restrictions may apply so diners are encouraged to check the Restaurant Week webpage.
There are no tickets required for this event and payment will be rendered to the restaurant at the time of service. Fall River Restaurant Week encourages visits from diners around the region, placing a larger emphasis on what Fall River has to offer as a SouthCoast destination.
“Fall River Restaurant Week is an invitation to take a seat at our community table and discover new restaurants or enjoy long-standing favorites,” said Patti Rego, Executive Director of Viva Fall River, “We want people to know that you can have a warm experience, eat authentic food, and all at an affordable price. Fall River’s diverse culinary culture is extraordinary and often underrated. We’re a hidden gem!”
Viva Fall River asks that diners post their Fall River Restaurant Week photos to social media with the hashtag #FRRW2023 to help promote the effort, the city, and its wonderful cuisine.