Claremont hosts first Restaurant Week

City of Eats? July 9 to 16, Tuesday to Tuesday, is the first “Claremont Restaurant Week,” in which 20 participating restaurants will offer two-course lunch and three-course prix fixe dinner menus. The city’s goal, says the Chamber of Commerce, is “to showcase its many pubs, grills, sandwich shops, bakeries and fine dining restaurants.”

The menus will run $10 to $40, depending on the restaurant, and all will have their regular menus too. Participants: Aruffo’s (Italian), Casa de Salsa (Mexican), Casa Moreno (Mexican), The Lounge at Hotel Casa 425 (small plates), Eddie’s New York Pizzeria (Italian), Espiau’s (American and Mexican), Euro Café (Portuguese), Kazama Sushi (Japanese), La Parolaccia Osteria Italiana (Italian), The Last Drop Café (special lunch menu), Loving Hut Claremont (vegan), The Orchard at the DoubleTree by Hilton Claremont (California fusion), Packing House Wine Merchants (American bistro), Pita Pit Claremont (Greek), Pizza ‘N Such (Italian), The Press Restaurant (American), Saca’s Mediterranean CuisineTutti Mangia Italian Grill (Italian), Walters (Mediterranean, American) and Z Pizza (Italian).

For more information, including menus, see www.ClaremontRestaurant.com.

There are some prominent opt-outs (Some Crust, Back Abbey, Union on Yale, Eureka, to name a few), but the list does include some good places.

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  • Andy Sze

    uhhh… good try?? I think they missed the point. typically restaurant week participants provide reduced portion, scope, and cost such that their meals are more affordable and accessible. Such examples are being able to lets say have a small multi course meal at Jose Andres Bazaar for $35 vs. a typical meal would cost upwards of $80-100 bucks a person starting.

    some restaurants are such as Tutti Manga are merely providing a prix fixe and shaving a couple bucks off their regular price…. but then again, don’t most prix fixe menus already do that?

    Saca’s for restaurant week. so for $10 I get an appetizer, sandwich, falafel, baklava, fountain drink… gratuity not included it says. vely funny.