San Diego gearing up for restaurant week

Experience cuisine that delights your palate and defines the art of
dining in San Diego. Choose from over 180 of the city’s best restaurants
and enjoy a fixed price, three-course dinner for $20, $30 or $40 per
person, depending on the restaurant.

Start the fun early with San
Diego Restaurant Week’s lunch program, which gives daytime diners the
opportunity to feast on special two-course, prix-fixe lunch menus for
just $10, $15 or $20 per person at participating restaurants.

Now
in its seventh year as San Diego County’s largest and most successful
dining event, San Diego Restaurant Week runs from January 15-20, 2012,
and is designed to spotlight San Diego as a premiere dining destination.

Whether
you crave seafood, organic, fusion, American or ethnic, there is
something for everyone during San Diego Restaurant Week. If you enjoy
relaxing at the Gaslamp’s newest tapas bar one night, dining al fresco
by the bay the next, and ending the week with an indulgent dessert at
one of this city’s most remarkable five-star restaurants – now here is
your chance to do so at a discounted price! Choose from restaurants
located throughout San Diego in some of the most vibrant and distinct
neighborhoods, from La Jolla, Carlsbad and Coronado to Old Town, Little Italy and the Gaslamp Quarter.

There
are no tickets or passes required for Restaurant Week. You may simply
dine out at as many participating restaurants as you like, exploring new
dining opportunities or enjoying old favorites. Advance reservations
are strongly recommended (but not required) and can be made by
contacting the restaurants directly.

For a complete list of participating restaurants (searchable by location, cuisine and price), visit the San Diego Restaurant Week website.

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