Well, this news should certainly work up any foodie’s appetite: San Diego Restaurant Week has been extended for another week!
That’s right, the dining event – which showcases flavorful culinary creations from more than 180 participating restaurants across San Diego County – was supposed to wrap up Friday but now, it’s coming back for seconds.
Organizers say extended Restaurant Week will continue Jan. 26 through Jan. 31 – the perfect way to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the popular event meant to highlight San Diego’s vibrant food scene.
The game plan for round two will be the same as week one: choosing from this long list of restaurants spanning 12 unique regions throughout the county, foodies can enjoy special, multi-course, prix-fix menus for $10, $15 and $20 per person during lunch and $25, $35 and $45 during dinner.
Some restaurants on the very long list include 100 Wines in Hillcrest, Bertrand at Mister A’s on 5th Avenue near Balboa Park, Donovan’s Steak & Chop House in downtown San Diego, George’s Ocean Terrace in La Jolla, The Fish Market in Solana Beach and the Fig Tree Café at Liberty Station, among many, many others.
For the full list of eateries taking part in San Diego Restaurant Week, click here.
By the way, no special passes are required for the event, just a healthy appetite and maybe some reservations, depending on the restaurant.
Restaurant Week happens a few times per year. The last two times, the event has been such a hit organizers have chosen to extend it by a week each time.
Perhaps this delicious recurring pattern will lead to a renaming in the decade ahead: San Diego Restaurant Weeks. Sounds pretty darn good to us!