Are you a food enthusiast always on the lookout for new dining experiences? Brandywine Valley Restaurant Week might just be the event you've been waiting for! With options ranging from fine dining establishments like Bardea Steak and Krazy Kats Restaurant to more casual spots like Market Kitchen & Bar and Wilma’s, there's something for everyone's taste and the pricing structure makes Restaurant Week accessible to a wide range of diners. A two-course lunch is $20, and a three-course dinner runs either $35 or $55 (depending on the restaurant). It’s a great deal for the quality and variety of food offered. 

If you're a food enthusiast in the Wilmington, Delaware area, this event is not to be missed! It's a wonderful opportunity to explore new flavors, try out different eateries, and enjoy memorable dining experiences with friends and family. Mark your calendar from October 2nd to 6th!  

Here are 5 reasons why you should put Brandywine Restaurant Week on your calendar: 

Culinary Diversity: 

One of the standout features of Brandywine Valley Restaurant Week is the diverse selection of participating eateries. From charming bistros to upscale fine-dining establishments, there's something to satisfy every palate. Whether you're a fan of international cuisine or a lover of classic comfort food, you're sure to find a restaurant that piques your interest. Special Menus at Special Prices: 

During Brandywine Valley Restaurant Week, participating restaurants offer fixed-price menus that often include a curated selection of their signature dishes. These menus are typically priced lower than their regular offerings, making it an excellent opportunity to savor high-quality cuisine without breaking the bank. It's a win-win for both adventurous foodies and those looking to dine on a budget.  

Support Local Businesses: 

By attending Brandywine Valley Restaurant Week, you're not only treating your taste buds to a delightful experience but also contributing to the local economy. Many of the restaurants participating in this event are independently owned, and your patronage helps sustain them. It's a chance to be part of a community that values its culinary scene. 

Expand Your Culinary Horizons: 

Brandywine Valley Restaurant Week encourages diners to step out of their culinary comfort zones. It's an opportunity to try dishes you might not have considered otherwise. Have you ever wanted to sample a particular type of cuisine but never got around to it? This event provides the perfect excuse to do so! 

Socialize and Connect: 

Food has a remarkable ability to bring people together. Brandywine Valley Restaurant Week creates a vibrant atmosphere where you can enjoy good company, engage in conversations about your culinary adventures, and create lasting memories with friends and family. It's an excellent way to bond over a shared love of food. 

Here is a list of the participating restaurants: 

(Please contact each restaurant individually to confirm hours and reservations.) 

Bardea Steak

  • 608 North Market St.

Bardea Steak is a boutique steakhouse for the 21st century from James Beard semifinalist, Bardea Restaurant Group. Here you can experience rare beef breeds and unique cuts…

Bar Reverie

  • 4017 Kennett Pike

Located in beautiful and historic Greenville, Delaware, a cafe by day, inspired dining by night, wine bar restaurant featuring a menu with a nod to French cuisine. Open Daily…

Brandywine Prime

  • 1617 Baltimore Pike

Upscale casual eatery in the restored Chadds Ford Inn. Tasty steaks, Sunday brunch and more; zinger drinks and a sensible wine program. The setting captures the Brandywine/Wyeth…

Cafe Mezzanotte

  • 1007 N. Orange St.

Whether you are looking for a romantic evening for two, or hosting a large corporate gathering, all of us at Café Mezzanotte will cater to your needs! So please…come to my home…

Ciro Food & Drink

  • 321 A Justison St.

Ciro is one of the Riverfront's most recent dining options. The cozy restaurant features small plates with big flavors, creative dishes with Mediterranean touches and a…

Ciro Forty Acres

  • 1836 Lovering Ave.

Three-time James Beard Nominated Chef, Michael DiBianca, brings you his culinary genius at his second Wilmington location! Ciro Forty Acres is located near Trolley Square and…

Columbus Inn

  • 2216 Pennsylvania Ave.

What is old is new again! Columbus Inn re-opens with Seasonal American Cuisine, an Old World wine list, and pre-prohibition cocktails. Come join us for Lunch, Brunch, or Dinner…


  • 1314 Washington St.

Experience an inviting American bistro with lots of local beers on tap. We use the best ingredients and provides a contemporary pub feel.

Krazy Kat's Restaurant

  • Inn at Montchanin Village & Spa

Located at The Inn at Montchanin Village. Once the Village blacksmith shop and is known for its fresh and creative American Cuisine and its whimsical décor.

La Fia

  • 421 N. Market St.

The diverse menu at La Fia allows diners to enjoy a light meal of small plates and small courses as well as rustic entrees. La Fia has over 20 wines by the glass, craft beer…

Merchant Bar

  • 426 North Market St.

An elevated gastrobar that infuses a chef-driven menu with an original hand-crafted cocktail menu focused on high-quality ingredients, aiming to bring you a unique bar and…

Taverna Rustic Italian

  • 3549 Silverside Rd.

Rustic and simple in conception but well crafted and high minded in execution, Taverna brings a casual sophistication that sees reclaimed wood and exposed brick on the wall.

Market Kitchen and Bar

  • Hilton Wilmington/Christiana

Market Kitchen & Bar is the dining destination in Newark, DE with a dual purpose - to provide a gastropub experience while using locally sourced product and fresh ingredients…

The Quoin Restaurant

  • 519 N. Market St.

The kitchen is center stage in our 155-seat restaurant and bar, and our chefs are the masters at work. They’re bringing the borders of Southern France and Northern Italy…

Tonic Seafood & Steak

  • 111 W. 11th St.

Tonic Seafood & Steak is an upscale bar and restaurant at the heart of downtown Wilmington. Our rotating menu focuses on creative cuisine dishes and unique signature cocktails…

Walter's Steakhouse

  • 802 N. Union St.

The oldest steakhouse in Wilmington," has been host to connoisseurs of excellent steaks, seafood, and spirits. The menu offers a wide array of selections, including prime rib…


  • 900 N Market St

Delaware's First Duckpin & Dining! Wilma’s transforms the 100-year old bank hall into a full-service bar and restaurant with a 4-lane duckpin bowling alley and retro arcade…

Brandywine Valley Restaurant Week is more than just a gastronomic event; it's an experience that tantalizes the senses and creates lasting memories. With its diverse culinary offerings, budget-friendly menus, and support for local businesses, attending this event is an enriching experience for both food connoisseurs and casual diners alike. So, mark your calendars and get ready to embark on a culinary journey that's sure to leave a lasting impression.