The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay is hosting a Crab Cake Week, which takes place June 1-9 (so week-plus).

"The purpose of Crab Cake Week is to highlight the relationship between clean water and the seafood that Virginians enjoy from the Chesapeake Bay. During the week, participating restaurants will be serving crab cakes made from local, sustainably sourced Chesapeake Bay blue crabs and donating 10% of their crab cake sales back to the Alliance to support Chesapeake restoration work," according to the alliance's website.

Thirty Richmond restaurants are participating in the inaugural event. They include:

Aloi: 3103 W. Leigh St.

Acacia Midtown: 2601 W. Cary St.

Bar Solita: 123 W. Broad St.

Bookbinders: 2306 E. Cary St.

Brunch: 2600 W. Main St.

The Camel: 1621 W. Broad St.

Charm City Crab Cakes RVA: Food Truck – visit to find location

Demi’s Mediterranean Kitchen: 4017 MacArthur Ave.

Dutch & Company: 400 N. 27th St.

Julep’s: 420 E. Grace St.

Laura Lee’s: 3410 Semmes Ave.

Lemaire: 101 W. Franklin St..

Little Saint: 2901 Park Ave.

Lunch/Supper: 1213-1215 Summit Ave.

Max’s on Broad: 305 Brook Road

Minibar: 14 N 18th St.

Nile: 306 N. 29th St.

Patrick Henry Pub: 2300 E Broad St.

Perch: 2918 W. Broad St.

Postbellum: 1323 W. Main St.

Rappahannock: 320 E. Grace St.

Roosevelt: 623 N. 25th St.

Sam Miller’s: 1210 E. Cary St.

Savory Grain: 2043 W. Broad St.

Shagbark: 4901 Libbie Mill Blvd. #175

Tarrant’s: 1 W. Broad St.

Tarrant’s West: 11129 Three Chopt Road

Tazza Kitchen – Scott’s Addition, Midlothian and Short Pump

Upper Shirley Vineyards: 600 Shirley Plantation Road, Charles City

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