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Back for More: San Diego Restaurant Week Extended

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    San Diego Restaurant Week (SDRW) has been extended, meaning San Diegans can grab a second helping of the popular – and delicious – culinary event next week.

    Organizers announced Thursday that the 10th annual SDRW will continue Sept. 28 through Oct. 3 thanks to a very successful first week. Originally, it ran from Sept. 21 through Sept. 26, with the possibility of an extension, just like last year’s fall foodie event.

    The concept of SDRW is easy to swallow: twice a year, more than 180 local restaurants and eateries across 12 regions throughout San Diego County offer special prix-fixe lunch and dinner menus so locals can sample the city’s food scene.

    For this extended round, organizers say more than 130 local restaurants will dish out specials. Two-course prix-fixe lunch menus will range between $10 and $20 per person, while prix-fixe dinner menus will range between $25 and $45.

    San Diego Restaurant Week Starts TodaySan Diego Restaurant Week Starts TodaySan Diego Restaurant Week is back with more than 200 local restaurants participating this year. Miguel Valdez, chef of 100 wines, joins Whitney Southwick to talk about the restaurant’s offerings. (Published Monday, Jan. 20, 2014)

    Restaurants taking part in SDRW include Brooklyn Girl Eatery in Mission Hills, 100 Wines in Hillcrest, Café Coyote in Old Town San Diego, Donovan’s in La Jolla and Yard House in downtown San Diego, just to name a few. For the full restaurant list, click here.

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