A dollar from every plate sold at participating restaurants helped organizers raise more money than ever before for a worthy cause.
"I don't think anyone in Charlottesville is a stranger to going out to eat a couple of times a week, and doing it for a donation situation really sort of heightened that situation," said Frank Dubec, C-Ville Weekly publisher.
C-Ville Weekly organized Charlottesville Restaurant Week in cooperation with 26 regional restaurants. The funds raised will go to support Boys & Girls Club children's programming across central Virginia.
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