Tired of cooking? Join Huntsville’s Restaurant Week and let one of the 55+ participating restaurants, coffee shops, or breweries serve up something delicious.
Restaurant Week runs, August 9 through August 18, where chefs from around the Rocket City will create new specials (or local favorites) and serve them at a fixed (or discounted) price.
There are so many great restaurants to try and there is something to please everyone!
Good Company Cafe
Looking for a Girl’s Night Out? Head to Good Company Cafe for one of their personal charcuterie boards and glass of wine for only $15. GCC also has a lunch special and desert for two.
Rooster’s Crow Coffee Roastery
Time for a coffee date? Rooster’s Crow is offering a pastry and specialty coffee drink for $10. They offer all versions of plant-based milk and the bagels from Canadian Bakin are vegan (except chocolate chip). Other pastry options include pretzels from Canadian Bakin, cookies and biscuits from Good Company Cafe, and house-made scones and cinnamon rolls.
When the southern summer heat is too much, head to Honest Coffee for their new limelight acai bowl and mo-tea-to drink, both for just $10. These treats are vegan and the acai bowl can be made with gluten free granola. Tropical and cold, this is the perfect way to beat the heat.
Old Black Bear
Even beer is included in Restaurant Week. Old Black Bear has created a margarita gose that is light and citrusy and perfect with a salt rim.
For a full list of restaurants participating and all that they are offering, hop on over to http://www.huntsville.org/restaurantweek. And when posting your dining escapades, be sure to tag #dinehsv for your chance to win swag from the Huntsville Visitor’s Bureau.