Eat for a Week 

Richmond Restaurant Week returns to benefit the Central Virginia Foodbank and Meals on Wheels.

For those wanting to try different Richmond restaurants without making a serious financial commitment, this month's Richmond Restaurant Week is an excellent introductory course with a feel-good result.

Twenty-three of the city's popular dining spots are taking reservations for the event, which runs Oct. 26 to Nov. 1. Diners spend $25.09 for a three-course meal (beverages, tax and gratuity are extra) and $2.09 of that benefits Central Virginia Foodbank and Meals on Wheels. Dale and Aline Reitzer, owners of Acacia Mid-town, organize this annual fundraiser and it's grown substantially in scope and interest. Of course the nonprofits accept donations all year for their FeedMore programs. See www.richmondrestaurantweek.com for information.

The restaurants:

Acacia, 2601 W. Cary St., 562-0138

Amici Ristorante, 3343 W. Cary St., 353-4700

Bacchus, 2 N. Meadow St., 355-9919

Bistro 27, 27 W. Broad St., 780-0086

Caliente, 2922 Park Ave., 340-2920

Charles City Tavern, 9220 John Tyler Memorial Highway, 829-5004

DeLux Diner & Lounge, 2229 W. Main St., 353-2424

Europa, 1409 E. Cary St., 643-0911

Helen's, 2527 W. Main St., 358-4370

The Hard Shell, 1411 E. Cary St., 643-2333

Julep's New Southern Cuisine, 1719 E. Franklin St., 377-3968

La Grotta, 1218 E. Cary St., 644-2466

Mezzanine, 3433 W. Cary St., 353-2186

Millie's, 2603 E. Main St., 643-5512

Rowland Fine Dining, 2132 W. Main St., 257-9885

Six Burner, 1627 W. Main St., 353-4060

Stronghill Dining Company, 1200 N. Boulevard, 359-0202

The Dining Room at the Berkeley Hotel, 1200 E. Cary St., 780-1300

The Hill CafAc, 2800 E. Broad St., 648-0360

TJ's at the Jefferson, 101 W. Franklin St., 788-8000

Verbena, 2526 Floyd Ave., 359-3122

Water Grill, 3411 W. Cary St., 353-3411

Zeus Gallery CafAc, 201 N. Belmont Ave., 359-3219


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