San Diego Restaurant Week

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Bust out the forks and knives and get those appetites ready San Diegans, Restaurant Week is almost upon us again. The gut-busting, wallet-loving affair takes place for the 7th year in a row this September 19-24. For those who aren’t sure what restaurant week is (and for those of you who are tired of asking your friends and receiving only an excited “it’s awesome!” in response), here’s a little debriefing: Restaurant Week is a twice-annual event held in San Diego, originally launched with the intention of highlighting the delicious and varied cuisine available in the city while defining the area as a dining hotspot.

More than 180 of San Diego’s most famous (and famously delicious) restaurants offer three-course fixed price meals that will only cost you 20, 30, or 40 dollars a person—no tickets, no passes, no coupons, and no promotional codes required. And, the best part is, there are no limits either: you can dine at as many participating restaurants as your heart desires and your stomach can handle during the week.

So if there’s a restaurant that you’ve always wanted to take that hot date to, but your bank account just wasn’t having it, now’s the time—impress the lucky lady or man, try a new dining experience, and tantalize your taste buds with everything San Diego has to offer, from savory Indian cuisine to hearty steak and everything in between.

Reservations aren’t required, but they are recommended—amazing food at low prices tends to fill empty seats up, fast! For more information on participating restaurants and Restaurant Week in general, visit the official site at http://www.sandiegorestaurantweek.com/index.php. Happy dining!

If you can’t choose, let us decide! The Entertainer’s restaurant picks include:
Best Steak: Ruths Chris Steak House
Best Seafood: Blue Point Coastal Cuisine
Asian Fusion:  Kemo Sabe
French:  The French Gourmet
Italian: ToasT Enoteca & Cucina
California Cuisine: Bertrand at Mister A’s

Photo from AMagill via flickr

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