San Diego Restaurant Week Extended

The popular culinary event will now run for a second week, Sept. 22-27

By Monica Garske
|  Saturday, Sep 21, 2013  |  Updated 3:28 PM PDT
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San Diego Restaurant Week is a culinary tradition that features discounted menu options at more than 180 of San Diego's best restaurants. It runs from Sept. 15-20. NBC 7's Whitney Southwick speaks with Executive Chef Carl Schroeder and Ted Smith, Chef de Cuisine at Bankers Hill Bar + Restaurant about the foodie event.

Get in on San Diego Restaurant Week

More than 180 restaurants are participating in San Diego Restaurant Week, which wraps up this Friday. NBC 7's Whitney Southwick talks with Chef Bernard Guillas of The Marine Room.
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Foodies who didn’t get their fill of culinary delights this past week during San Diego Restaurant Week have another chance to wine and dine now that the event has been extended for another week.

That's right, prepare that discerning palate of yours because according to organizers, the second round of San Diego Restaurant Week will run from Sunday, Sept. 22 through Friday, Sept. 27.

The event showcases the tastiest culinary creations from more than 120 participating restaurants across the county. Diners can enjoy special, multi-course, prix-fix menus for $10, $15 and $20 per person during lunch, and $20, $30 and $40 per person during dinner.

This year, participating restaurants include Bankers Hill Bar + Restaurant in Bankers Hill, Brooklyn Girl eatery in Mission Hills, Café Coyote in Old Town San Diego, 1500 Ocean in Coronado, Blue Point in Downtown San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter and Searsucker Del Mar.

Of course, that’s just a small sampling of the restaurants from which foodies can choose. For a full list of San Diego Restaurant Week eateries, click here.

Also, due to the success of the event, organizers recommend making reservations ahead of time. That can also be done through this website.

Bon appetit, San Diego!
 

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