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Dine Around and Stay in Town returns to Greater Victoria Jan. 26 to Feb. 11

Dine Around and Stay in Town runs Jan. 26 to Feb. 11, 2024. Photo courtesy Dine Around and Stay in Town Victoria

The culinary event of the season returns to Greater Victoria in January.

Dine Around and Stay in Town Victoria celebrates its 20th year, Jan. 26 to Feb. 11, 2024, featuring more than 45 participating restaurants and more than a dozen hotels in the Greater Victoria area.

Destination Greater Victoria and the BC Restaurant and Food Services Association are once again partnering to offer foodies the opportunity to choose from set menus at special prices – $25, $35, $45, $55 or $65 – and room rates at hotels ranging from $149 to $269.

Paul Nursey, CEO of Destination Greater Victoria, said Dine Around and Stay in Town started in 2004 as a way to support restaurants during the off-peak season.

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“Today, the event is incredibly popular and Victoria’s food scene is hailed as one of the best in the world. Chefs, restauranteurs and hoteliers continue to push boundaries to elevate the visitor experience, making the region a must-visit spot for local and out-of-town foodies,” Nursey said.

The festivities get underway with the Dine Around and Stay in Town Gala, Jan. 25 at the Victoria Conference Centre, featuring appetizers, a variety of beverages from B.C. wineries and craft breweries, and entertainment. Tickets are available to people 19 years of age or older.

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Jen Zielinski

About the Author: Jen Zielinski

I graduated from the broadcast journalism program at BCIT. I also hold a bachelor of arts degree in political science and sociology from Thompson Rivers University. I was also a reporter for Castanet and CBC. I am a volunteer with Okanagan Humane Society.
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