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San Diego Restaurant Week Extended

September 20, 2012 | By | Reply More

I wrote about San Diego Restaurant Week in a previous post, but since then some (not all) of the 135 participants in this popular event have agreed to extend from September 23 to 28. That means you can enjoy prix fixe lunches and dinners at some of the city’s best restaurants at great prices for a while longer. 

During Restaurant Week, three-course prix-fixe dinner menus cost just $20, $30 or $40 per person and two-course prix-fixe lunch menus cost only $10, $15 or $20 per person.

Neighborhood American cuisine at The Shores Restaurant on La Jolla Shores Beach.

In La Jolla, The Steakhouse at Azul, Tapenade, the Crab Catcher, Chedi Thai Bistro, The Shores Restaurant in the La Jolla Shores Hotel, Bernini’s Bistro, and Herringbone are extending until September 28.

If it were my choice, I’d be torn between the delicious French cuisine at Tapenade and the neighborhood American cuisine at The Shores Restaurant, which is right on La Jolla Shores Beach.

Note: Nine-ten in the Grande Colonial Hotel, Whisknladle, George’s, Aloha Sushi Lounge, Roppongi, and the Marine Room at the La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club are  not extending, but you still might get a table for Friday night (9-21), which was originally going to be the last night of SDRW.

 If you aren’t in San Diego now, but you’re planning a trip for next year, keep in mind that Restaurant Week takes place every January and September.

 

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I live in La Jolla and I'm a travel writer, so in addition to enjoying my home town's great weather, beautiful surroundings, and range of cultural and recreational options, I also see La Jolla - and the rest of San Diego - as a travel destination. And what I see sometimes drives me batty. People vacation in La Jolla, but don't take advantage of everything our community offers, so I decided to start this blog and provide insider advice for out-of-towners. Hey. I figure if I can write insider tips about exotic destinations on Authentic Luxury Travel, I ought to be able to lead readers off the beaten path that starts just outside my front door. In the process, I'm having fun revisiting my favorite places and discovering some new ones. Travel writers are naturally snoopy, and this blog is my excuse to have a good ol' sticky beak around my home town. I hope you find it helpful. If you are coming to La Jolla or another area of San Diego and would like my help in planning your trip, please read "Need Help Planning Your Trip" and then email me at ehansen298@aol.com. Elizabeth Hansen

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