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Hampton Restaurant Week Set for March 7-21

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HAMPTON-Hampton Restaurant Week kicks off March 7. The annual two-week event invites patrons to visit the city’s restaurants to enjoy special deals while supporting local businesses. New this year, diners can enjoy takeout specials as well.

Participating restaurants will feature pre-fixed menus with $10 lunch specials and $20 and $30 dinner multi-course options.  Restaurant fare choices run the gamut from Southern, Creole, and NeoSoul to Indian and Italian and everything in between including desserts specials.

More than 15 Hampton eateries will take part in Hampton Restaurant Week, which runs March 7-21. For more information, visit www.hamptonrestaurantweek.com.

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