San Diego Restaurant Week is back!
Foodies, this one’s for you.
Starting this Sunday, San Diego Restaurant Week is back with over 180 restaurants to choose from. From September 25th to October 2nd, this long standing tradition, brought to you by the San Diego Chapter of the California Restaurant Association, will surely spice up your week’s meal choices.
Home to a wide variety of flavors, from traditional American to Seaside cuisine to everything else in between, it’s hard to argue that San Diego truly has a collection of some of the most delicious food in the world.
Ever dined at mouthwatering Beaumont’s? Or splurged for a delicious steak at the world-renowned Argyle Steakhouse? How about dinner at sunset next to the ocean at Duke’s La Jolla? If not, it’s understandable. Some of San Diego’s most delicious restaurants also happen to be the most expensive.
Any other week of the year, that is.
San Diego Restaurant Week offers consumers a chance to enjoy all the culinary gems that San Diego has to offer for a reasonable price. Each participating restaurant is offering a three-course dinner prix-fixe menu for just $20, $30 or $40 per person, depending on the restaurant. Lunch options are also available.
For eight days only, you can enjoy high dining and a compilation of local products and ingredients for just a fraction of the cost. From freshly picked fruits and vegetables to pacific-caught seafood fresh from our backyard, you have a chance to enjoy high quality food during Restaurant Week.
If you’re not asking how to participate by now, you should be.
And the answer to that is simple, just show up. You don’t need to buy a pass or a coupon book or a punch card, you are free to sample different restaurants throughout the San Diego area as you please, and it’s that easy. If you can get a seat.
As you can imagine, tables fill up pretty quickly with such amazing deals, so if you have a certain restaurant that you would like to try in mind, advanced reservations are strongly recommended. For a complete list of all participating restaurants, phone numbers for making a reservation, and menu’s for what will be served next week, check out San Diego Restaurant week’s website.
After that, there’s only one thing left to do: make your stomach (and your wallet) smile. Do I hear lobster calling your name?
Happy eating, San Diego!