Just like many things in 2020, the Jersey Shore Restaurant Week -- which is sponsored by the Grunin Foundation -- has been side swiped thanks to the COVID-19 Pandemic...until now. (hopefully)

It has been confirmed that the 10-day food celebration will be happening October 2nd to October 11th....pending nothing crazy happens with the coronavirus pandemic. (I know...eyeroll🙄)

The hope is that restaurants can take advantage of the nice, Fall weather that usually comes our way in October so they can earn as much revenue as possible before the Winter season hits.

If these restaurants were smart, they would offer A LOT of pumpkin-themed specials because...well...in October, I would bet it is going to be a gold mine.

In case you are not familiar with the Jersey Shore Restaurant Week, various restaurants in Monmouth and Ocean counties will be offer prix fixe meals for lunch, dinner or both.

The 3-course meal which includes an appetizer, entrée and dessert and the package will cost $23.20 or $32.20. Super affordable, right?

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Some of the Jersey Shore restaurants that are already confirmed to participate are B2 Bistro in Point Pleasant Beach and Red Bank, The Whitechapel Projects in Long Branch, Flames Brazilian Steakhouse in Belmar, Ott's Good Earth Garden in West Creek, Johnny Piancone's in Long Branch and Atlantic Offshore Fishery in Point Pleasant Beach.

There is no word on how this upcoming Jersey Shore Restaurant Week will be conducted just yet. The spring Restaurant Week that was postponed until June and was done using only takeout.

But now that indoor dining is allowed and the indoor capacity limit may soon be raised, there is hope that this restaurant week can go on as planned.

Fun Fact: In this article, they are also making sure the public knows that The Great Jersey Shore Burger Contest is still set to happen on October 10th at Bar Anticipation in Lake Como!! Looks like events are finally able to start happening again! For more information on this event, CLICK HERE.

To take a look at the original article, head to APP.com.

For more information regarding the upcoming restaurant week, visit JerseyShoreRestaurantWeek.com.