One More Week of Great Dining Deals as 17th Annual Savor Sarasota Continues

Don't miss out on the dining deals of the summer, as Savor Sarasota has just under one week to go

SARASOTA, Fla. (June 8, 2022) – With just under one week to go for this year’s Savor Sarasota 2022, visitors and residents alike are dining their way around nearly fifty eateries, exploring two and three-course feasts. Savor Sarasota allows participating restaurants to offer prix-fixe two course lunches for $20 per person, and three-course dinner menus for $35 per person.

Restaurants participating in the dining program are seeing a surge of new clientele that has helped increase the restaurants awareness and bring in new guests. Kathleen Ziccardi, owner of San Marcos of Venice said, “Savor Sarasota has giving us a chance to showcase our “made from scratch” menu and allow our guests to participate in two tasting menus for a great price. The response so far has been phenomenal from our regular guests and has opened the door for new guests coming in every day. We have enhanced the guest experience by adding wine and beer specials, this has proven to be a winner. The response has been so positive in the first week that we are already setting the stage to extend our Savor Sarasota menu into July.”

Many restaurants are offering upgrades to elevate their guests’ dining experience, for example, Lucarelli’s in Venice is offering a “Mixed Grill” for an additional $5 upcharge, Andrea’s Restaurant on Siesta Drive is offering Beef Carpaccio for a $5 upcharge, and Bijou Garden Café is taking it to the next level with their version of Duck Confit for an additional $15. “The Savor Sarasota menus are expansive and varied, so everyone and every palate has something to “savor””, said Erin Duggan, VP of Visit Sarasota County. 

The 17th Annual Savor Sarasota will continue through Tuesday, June 14th.  Many restaurants will extend their prix-fixe menus past the two-week period that will roll into Visit Sarasota’s “Fun in the 941” program.

Savor Sarasota 2022 Restaurants

1592 Wood Fired Kitchen & Cocktails Fleming's Steakhouse and Wine Bar
99 Bottles Green Zebra Cafe
Amore Restaurant Landy's Restaurant
Andrea's Sarasota Libby's Neighborhood Brasserie LWR
Bavaro's Pizza Napoletana & Pastaria Libby's Neighborhood Brasserie Sarasota
Bevardi's Salute Lucarelli's Restaurant
Bijou Garden Cafe Mattison's Forty-One Restaurant
Bistro at SAM Michael's On East
Bohemios Wine & Beer Tapas Bar Miguel's Restaurant
Breakfast at Victoria's Off the Hook Seafood Restaurant
Cafe Barbosso Opus Restaurant & Lounge
Cafe Evergreen Overture Restaurant
Cafe Venice Restaurant & Bar Pop's Sunset Grill
C'est La Vie! Rodizio Grill
Chaz 51 Steakhouse San Marco of Venice
Chef Rolf's New Florida Kitchen Selva Grill
Crow's Nest Restaurant, Tavern & Marina Selva Grill UTC
Dolce Italia The Bistro at The Concession Golf Club
Duval's Fresh. Local. Seafood. The Reserve Retreat
Farlow's On the Water The Ringling Grillroom
Fin's at Sharky's Tripletail Seafood & Spirits
Flavio's On Main Tsunami Sushi & Hibachi Grill

Savor in the 21st century… The Visit Sarasota app has a Savor Sarasota tab, with an interactive map to showcase all participating restaurants. Also, Visit Sarasota is hosting a Savor, Snap, Share and Win! social media contest, all diners who share photos of their Savor Sarasota dishes with the hashtag #savorsarasota on Instagram could enter to win a $50 gift card. Here is the link to info about the contest:

Savor Sarasota is sponsored by Sarasota Magazine and Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport.

Visit Sarasota County created Restaurant Week in 2006 with the goal of helping area restaurants thrive during what was formerly known as “the off season” by encouraging visitors and locals to discover the culinary treasures in Sarasota.


Media Contact: Sarah Lansky, Lansky PR

941-266-2387 | [email protected]

VSC Contact: Nate Sweetman, [email protected]

941-955-0991 Ext. 116

About Sarasota County

Situated on Florida’s Gulf Coast, Sarasota County welcomes more than 2.7 million visitors annually. Within its 725 square miles, the county serves up a diverse menu of cultural and recreational activities and attractions, including award-winning dining, world-class fine arts and performing arts, professional and amateur sports and the area’s circus heritage. Vacationers can enjoy city life in downtown Sarasota, revisit old Florida in Englewood and Venice, enjoy some of the best beaches in the U.S. on Siesta Key and Longboat Key, or play in North Port’s many parks and waterways. Sarasota County is perhaps best known for its 35 miles of pristine coastline in addition to 6 barrier islands, delivering options for beach getaways that are unrivaled almost anywhere else in the U.S., including Siesta Beach, named the No. 1 beach in the country and No. 11 in the world in TripAdvisor’s 2020 Travelers’ Choice Awards – the third time it has held the national title. To learn more, visit Connect via Facebook, TwitterYouTube and Instagram.

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