Restaurant Week

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Restaurant Week in Downtown Winston-Salem was last held Monday, February 19 through Sunday, February 25, 2018. The event featured many of your favorite downtown culinary destinations as they offered $20 and $30 dinner options the entire week. Sadly, we see no evidence that this will be happening again in 2020.

Restaurant Week specials are dine-in only, subject to change and availability, and exclude tax and tip. Reservations are recommended.

$20 Specials From 2018

  • Bib’s Downtown offers a $20 Special for Two: 2- Three Rib bone plates with sides and a dessert to share
  • Charm Thai offers a variety of choices of one appetizer, two entrees and one slice of cheesecake to share
  • Foothills is serving up a starter of salad, chili or soup of the day, one of two entree options and Papa Gists’ bread pudding.
  • At Hutch & Harris, the Restaurant Week special is a jerk salmon with pineapple-jalapeno salsa over coconut rice with mixed vegetables and choice of starter.
  • King’s Crab Shack & Oyster Bar special is Blackened chicken & shrimp pasta for two
  • The Mellow Mushroom $20 Dinner for Two option features 2 lil’ salads, 1 medium one-topping pizza and a brownie or cookie to share
  • The Porch offers their Porch Taco Trio, avocado fries and a margarita for $20!
  • Twin City Slice $20 special includes four jumbo slices and four sodas
  • Willow’s Bistro offers a both a three-course $20 special and $30 special of their gourmet local fare.
  • Sweet Potatoes $20 special includes a house or creole caesar salad, one of four entrees and a dessert

$30 Specials From 2018

  • At 6th & Vine choose a meal of mouthwatering options with two appetizers, two entrees and two desserts to choose from for $30.
  • Bernardin’s offers one of three starters, choice of five entrees and one of three desserts
  • Bib’s Downtown offers a $30 Special for 2: 2-Half-rack rib bone plates with sides, one dessert to share
  • Charm Thai Special for Two includes one appetizer, choice of two of eight entrees and one dessert
  • Di Lisio’s Italian Restaurant special includes bruschetta, salad and Seafood DiLisio
  • At Jeffrey Adams on Fourth, dine on one each of your choice from two starters, three entrees and two desserts
  • King’s Crab Shack & Oyster Bar is offering a $30 special for two – all you can eat steamed peel and eat shrimp with steamed potatoes and coleslaw
  • The Mellow Mushroom $30 Dinner for Two offers your choice of appetizer, 1 large specialty pizza to share and a cookie or brownie to share
  • To keep you coming back throughout Restaurant Week, Meridian is offering a choice of two starters, three entrees and one of three desserts for $30
  • Mission Pizza Napoletana is offering a $30 special for two of salad, choice of pizza and choice of pasta
  • Mozelle’s is offering one of two starters, choice of two entrees and choice of two desserts for $30.
  • The Old Fourth Street Filling Station: $30 Special for Two – Choose one of three starters, two of four entrees, and one of two desserts
  • Thai Harmony Special for Two includes one of three entrees, two of six entrees, and one dessert to share
  • Twin City Slice offers a Family of Four special of Four specialty jumbo slices and four sodas
  • Willow’s Bistro special includes one of four starters, one of four entrees and your choice of dessert

For full details and restrictions, visit Downtown Winston-Salem Association.

2018 Restaurant Week Participating Restaurants:

  • 6th & Vine
  • Bernardin’s
  • Bib’s Downtown
  • Charm Thai
  • Di Lisio’s Italian
  • Downtown Thai
  • Foothills Brewing
  • Hutch & Harris
  • Jeffrey Adams On Fourth
  • King’s Crab Shack & Oyster Bar
  • Mellow Mushroom
  • Meridian Restaurant
  • Mission Pizza Napoletana
  • Mozelle’s
  • The Old Fourth Street Filling Station
  • The Porch Kitchen & Cantina
  • Sweet Potatoes
  • Thai Harmony
  • Twin City Slice
  • Willow’s Bistro

Which restaurant are you looking forward to most for Restaurant Week?

About The Author:

Kristi was born and raised just up the road in Mount Airy (a.k.a. Mayberry) and frequented Winston-Salem often growing up for school field trips, shopping, and dining. After attending Appalachian State University, and a brief stint living in Southern Virginia, Kristi returned to Winston-Salem, NC in 1999 and began her work in non-profit, public relations and writing. She and her family enjoy the convenience of living near downtown Winston-Salem. She enjoys the arts, photography and cooking. "I'm a small town girl at heart, but Winston-Salem isn't an overwhelming city. It is rich with friendly people, history, culture and has a vibrant art community and that is why I am proud to call this "My Winston-Salem!"

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