SAN DIEGO -- Sponsored by the San Diego chapter of the California Restaurant Association (CRA), the City’s biannual Restaurant Week returns this month. For one week, Jan. 13-18, over 140,000 people are expected to participate by visiting numerous restaurants, including several in Uptown.
Restaurants will be offering three-course prix-fixe dinner menus for $20, $30 or $40 per person. There are over 180 eateries scheduled to offer the special prices. In addition, several restaurants will be offering two-course lunch menus, starting at $10 per person.
“San Diego Restaurant Week is the best time to relax at the newest tapas bar one night, dine al fresco by the bay the next and then end the week with an indulgent dessert at one of the city’s most remarkable five-star restaurants,” organizers said in a press release.
A quick search online shows over 20 restaurants in Uptown slated to offer discounts to patrons, including Taste of Thai in Hillcrest, The Red Door Restaurant and The Wellington Steak and Martini Lounge in Mission Hills, and Cafe Coyote in Old Town, among others.
Read the full story in SDGLN media partner San Diego Uptown News HERE.