Restaurant Week is an annual event that is showcased in Bermuda for those who want a unique culinary experience. It allows patrons to eat at restaurants that are normally too expensive for most budgets the opportunity to dine at a reasonable price.
But it is not just for visitors to the island. It was originally planned for local residents in order to encourage them to eat out during the slow months of January - February. But since which it has grown into an equally attractive scene to visitors to the island.
The culinary scene in Bermuda offers much for all pallets. Thanks to the supreme industry of International Business certain restaurants have diversified their menus to incorporate different international cuisines including French, American, African, Asian, Italian and West Indian.
The participating restaurants are located all over the island. So depending on what you would like to eat you can choose a restaurant in St. Georges one night and another in Southampton the next. You can even choose to eat at a different restaurant the entire duration of your stay!
Each participating restaurant in restaurant week will fall in one of three categories. They are grouped in either the $29, $39 or $49 per person menus. These prices include three course special meals excluding gratuities and beverages. Complimentary wines can be paired with each option chosen by the guests.