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The Salem Chamber of Commerce is set to welcome residents back to the Salem restaurant scene with Salem Fall Restaurant Week. Fall Restaurant week gives customers a chance to reconnect with their favorite restaurant or try some place new.  A record 26 of Salem’s best restaurants will be participating, many of whom have been a constant in Restaurant Week.

Now in its 6th year, the ten day event will run Sunday, November 4th through Thursday, November 8th and Sunday, November 11th through Thursday, November 15th.  Participating restaurants will offer either a prix-fixe two-course dinner menu for $15 or a prix-fixe three-course dinner menu for $25. Some restaurants will offer both course options. Prices are per person and exclude beverages, tax, and gratuity.

When asked what makes Restaurant Week special Lizzy Collett, the General Manager for Victoria Station & Vic’s Boathouse, said, “Restaurant Week gives our customers the chance to try dishes that we do not serve on our everyday menu. These unique dishes even create a buzz among our employees. Restaurant Week provides us a great avenue to welcome back our regulars after the craziness of Halloween in Salem.”

New this year Village Tavern Grill & Oyster Bar and Brodie’s Seaport are excited to showcase their restaurants and menus to customers. Other participants include 43 Church, 62 Restaurant & Wine Bar, Adriatic Restaurant & Bar, Bangkok Paradise, Black Lobster at Stromberg’s Cove, Bella Verona, Cafe Polonia, Capt’s Waterfront Grill & Club, Cilantro, Finz Seafood Restaurant & Grill, Fresh Taste of Asia, Grapevine Restaurant, The Great Escape, Howling Wolf Taqueria, The Lobster Shanty, Nathaniel’s at the Hawthorne Hotel, Red Lulu Cocina & Tequila Bar, Regatta Pub at the Waterfront Hotel, Rockafellas, Salem Beer Works, Scratch Kitchen, Seaport Cafe, Tavern In The Square, Thai Place, and Victoria Station & Vic’s Boathouse.

Reservations are strongly encouraged. For more information and to view individual restaurant menus visit