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SanDiego.com

August 28, 2014 11:51 ET

Join SanDiego.com in Celebration of the 10th Annual San Diego Restaurant Week

SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwired - Aug 28, 2014) - Do you have a restaurant in San Diego that you're just dying to try but have been resisting because it's too expensive? Or are you coming to visit the area and want to know where to eat? Either way, you are in luck because San Diego Restaurant Week is back. SanDiego.com, the best travel guide for everything in San Diego, is thrilled to announce that the 10th Annual San Diego Restaurant Week is happening from September 21st to 26th this year. You should be salivating already.

San Diego Restaurant Week is the area's largest and most successful dining event. It was started to spotlight the city as a premier dining destination and it has become a beloved culinary tradition with many restaurants spanning throughout the 12 regions of San Diego County which are participating. You may be surprised to hear that San Diego Restaurant Week actually has two annual iterations, one taking place in January and the other in the upcoming month of September. During Restaurant Week, over 180 of San Diego's best restaurants offer fixed price, three-course meals for dinner and two-course meals for lunch. The dinner prices are fixed at $25, $35, or $45. The lunch prices are fixed at $10, $15, and $20. All of the participating restaurants will be serving dinner and most will also be serving lunch. You can experience tasty and unique cuisine at all of these local restaurants and the amazingly low prices are also something to celebrate. There are no tickets or passes needed to attend. You just dine at as many of the participating restaurants as you want to! It is recommended that you book reservations in advance considering the event's ever-increasing popularity. San Diego Restaurant Week is a chance for chefs to show off their skills and a chance for you to explore as many new restaurants as you can.

With so many options and so little time, how will you know where to eat at? The San Diego Restaurant Week website has a handy map of the entire San Diego county, listing which restaurants are in all 12 regions so that you can find participating restaurants near you. Each region has at least one restaurant and most areas have several participating. The website also has a chart of all the participating restaurants where you can sort them by name, price, neighborhood, and type of cuisine. The different levels of fixed prices mean that you will be able to find a restaurant that fits your budget. The types of cuisine offered by the restaurants include American, Asian, Cajun, Californian, Chinese, Contemporary, French, Fusion, Greek, Hawaiian, Italian, Mediterranean, Mexican, Seafood, South African, Spanish, Japanese Sushi, and Thai cuisines. With so many options, you are bound to find the perfect type of food you are in the mood for that day.

One of the restaurants participating in San Diego Restaurant Week this year is Fogo de Chao, an authentic Brazilian steakhouse that has been serving up delicious meat prepared in the gaucho way with table side service since 1979. This restaurant serves a three-course dinner for $45 and is central San Diego. Eddie V's Prime Seafood restaurant will also be serving dinner for $45 and is in Downtown San Diego. Its restaurant week menu had a choice of salmon, sole, chicken, or filet mignon for the main course with your choice of sides.

The restaurants have special menus for San Diego Restaurant Week to show off the best of what they have to offer. You can view all of the restaurants' menus online ahead of time to see what they are serving and decide where you want to eat. You can even book reservations on the same website.

With all of these marvelous options to choose from, you can bring your friends and family out for some of the best food San Diego has to offer for affordable prices all week long. It is going to be one delicious week for everyone.

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