FEBRUARY 19 - MARCH 8, 2021
Dine around & Stay in town has been extended! Locals can take advantage of this fantastic culinary program and support local businesses by enjoying a wide range of culinary experiences and then staycationing at world-class accommodations offering special rates.
Presented by Destination Great Victoria and the BC Restaurant & Foodservices Association (BCRFA), Victoria Branch.
The event takes place from February 19 to March 8, 2021. Experience Victoria’s thriving, diverse culinary scene and enjoy special offerings from over 40+ restaurants with special feature menus! These featured menus go from breakfast platters to course dinners, check them out in the list below. Victoria’s hotels also joined in the fun and offer accommodations at reduced prices.
We find this event a great opportunity to try many of Victoria’s best restaurants for affordable prices. Victoria has a very diverse culinary scene worth trying out! An opportunity to visit old favourites, try new one and of course, support local.
Due to the Covid-19 restrictions, a few restaurants such as Ferris’ Oyster Bar and Grill, The Keg Steakhouse and Bar, Heron Rock Bistro and Lot 1 Pasta Bar are offering their Dine around menus for take-out.
Here’s just a glimpse into some of the offerings available at the second round of Dine Around this year.
Spinnakers Gastro Brewpub 10 Acres at the Pier Blighty’s Bistro Lot 1 Pasta Bar Boom + Batten Wind Cries Mary Vis a Vis Little Jumbo Restaurant and Bar Bar 500 Penny Farthing Pub Board With Friends 10 Acres Bistro The Old Spaguetti Factory Six Mile Pub Lure Restaurant and Bar J.R. Slims Ferris’ Oyster Bar and Grill The Keg Steakhouse and Bar Ferris’ Upstairs Glo Restaurant + Lounge Sticky Wicket Pub and Restaurant The Pacific Restaurant Fiamo Italian Kitchen The Beach House Restaurant Heron Rock Bistro Aura Waterfront Restaurant The Courtney Room The Mint Steampship Grill and Bar
Let us know which participating restaurants are your favourites this round!
Due to COVID-19, organizers are working with restaurants and catering suppliers to ensure proper protocols are in place and food service is delivered within safety guidelines. By following public health advice, they will help to ensure everyone can enjoy the best that Greater Victoria’s restaurants and hotels have to offer in 2021. Please refer to Destination Greater Victoria’s COVID-19 information page here for more information.
Current provincial orders require diners to only eat with someone from their own household. If someone is single, they can eat with one or two other people who make up their pandemic bubble.