Sarasota for foodies

Sarasota for foodies

Friday, 02 Jun, 2023 0

Sarasota County’s culinary showcase has returned.

Savor Sarasota runs from June 1-14 for its 18th year, offering prix-fixe lunch and dinner menus.

Lunch menus will feature a two-course menu for $25 per person, and dinner menus will offer three courses for $40 per person.

Additionally, restaurants will be offering upgraded dishes, wine pairings, and wine flights to elevate the experience.

“Sarasota is home to some of the most amazing restaurants in Florida,” said Virginia Haley, VSC President.

“There is something for every gourmand: modern, traditional, and international cuisines.”

Diner can explore global cuisines, from Italian, classic French, Asian delicacies and more.

Originally created as Restaurant Week in 2006 by Visit Sarasota County, Savor Sarasota first launched with the goal of helping area restaurants flourish during the summer months.

It was designed to encourage locals and summer visitors to sample the diverse culinary offerings throughout Sarasota County.


Savor Sarasota Participating Restaurants include:

Tripletail Seafood and Spirits

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

Amore Restaurant

Michael’s On East

Chianti Ristorante Italiano

Crab & Fin

Duval’s Fresh Local Seafood

Ristorante San Marco

Bevardi’s Salute!

Fins at Sharky’s

Maestrale Restaurant & Pizzeria

Selva Grill

Hamlet’s Eatery

Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse


The Melting Pot





Beyond the food

Situated on Florida’s Gulf Coast, Sarasota County welcomes more than 2.7 million visitors annually.

It serves up a diverse menu of cultural and outdoor activities and attractions, including performing arts, professional and amateur sports and its famed circus heritage.

Vacationers can enjoy city life in downtown Sarasota, or step back in time to old Florida in Englewood and Venice.

Sarasota County boasts 35 miles of pristine coastline in addition to six barrier islands

For the latest information and list of restaurants visit

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